Answered By: Sandy Hudock Last Updated: May 23, 2016 Views: 33
Study rooms are available throughout the library. The available spaces include:
Presentation Rooms - LARC 122 and 136 provide projector, screen, presenter workstation, table and chairs. These two rooms are designed for practicing presentations, but might also be useful for study groups.
Multimedia Labs - LARC 121 and 127 each include one PC, one MAC, one scanner, and a 55” flat panel monitor mounted on the wall. Computers in these rooms are loaded with Adobe Creative Suite 4 -Master Collection software.
Audiovisual Labs - LARC 128 and 137 each include one PC, one Blu-ray player, one DVD/VHS player, and a 55” flat panel monitor mounted on the wall. These rooms are designed for faculty and students who need to view DVD’s or listen to audio recordings, but may also be used for other computing needs.
Small Study Rooms - LARC 211, 212, 308, 309, 404, 405, 504, 505, 602, 603, 613, and 614 each include a table and chairs, a white board, wireless Internet access, and a network jack. Each room seats up to 5 people.
Large Study Rooms - LARC 184, 305, 383, 384, 402, and 502 each include tables and chairs, white board, wireless Internet access, and network jack. Each room seats 8 to 10 people.
Please note: Study rooms on the 1st floor with special technology are not available for library guests, but are reserved for CSU-Pueblo faculty, staff, and students. These rooms must be reserved, and can be reserved online at: http://csupueblo.libcal.com/rooms.php?i=287 Campus email addresses must be used to make reservations. Individuals and groups not requiring special technology should use the small and large study rooms on the 2nd through 6th floors.