The Education Center has three group study rooms that are equipped with a PC, large monitor displays, wireless keyboards, wireless mice, and white boards. These study rooms are intended primarily for student use and may be reserved by students. Faculty and staff may reserve these rooms as well.
Students may view the study room calendars by logging into the “Education Center Resources Site” within the E-Learning System (http://lss.at.ufl.edu) (“Sakai.”) The week’s calender is updated each week day and is posted to this site each morning by 8:30 am. This calendar is posted for reference. To make an actual reservation request, please contact Brett Weldon as detailed below.
Faculty and staff may view the study room calendars at any time within the Exchange Outlook calendar system. They are are available in the calendar system as vm-room-v1-110C, vm-roomv1-110D, and vm-110E, respectively.
Students, faculty and staff are welcome to use the group study rooms when the rooms are not scheduled. A daily calender of reservations is posted on each study room door each week day. Weekend activity is posted on Friday afternoon. Therefore, reservations must be requested on a week day, one business day prior to 3pm.
Contact Brett Weldon (email@example.com) to reserve a study room or with related questions.
- Study rooms may only be reserved if two or more students will use the room.
- Study rooms may be reserved for up to two hours a day.
- A study room can only be reserved by the same student one time per week.
- A study room can be reserved for use between 7am and 11 pm.
- Reservations must be requested one business day in advance by 3pm.
- Reservations may not be made more than one week in advance.
- If a scheduled room is unattended for more than 20 minutes, the room is free to be used by others.
If speakers or additional whiteboard markers are needed, please see the Circulation Desk staff during staffed hours. Please report any technical difficulties or issues to the Circulation Desk staff or e-mail: Brett Weldon (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Study Room C (V1-110C)
Study Room C has 16 seats and four tables that may be rearranged as needed. This study room has two PCs and two large displays that work independently of each other. A large white board runs the width of the room.
Study Room D (V1-110D)
Study Room D seats six chairs comfortably around one table. Two extra chairs are placed in the corners of the room. This room is equipped with a single PC, and large display screen. A large white board runs the width of the room.
Study Room E (V1-110E)
Study Room E seats six chairs comfortably around two tables. Two extra chairs are placed in the corners of the room. This room is equipped with a single PC, and large display screen. A large white board runs the width of the room. This room has windows (with blinds) on the west wall.
This page was last updated on January 8th, 2012.