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Study Areas and Rooms: University Library

Study Areas and Rooms

Study Areas

 

Reserve a Study Room

 

Quiet Study Areas

  • The fifth floor is designated as the quiet study area.
  • Other floors have seating tucked along walls and book stacks that may be quieter.

 

Study Rooms and Areas

Only two people will be allowed per study room except 111A and 112 which can hold 4 students.  Study rooms are equipped with large monitor or projection systems for screen sharing, whiteboards, tables and chairs.  Whiteboard markers are available at the Circulation Desk (1st Floor) for checkout with a Stout ID.

Library Study Rooms

2 people - 111B, 113, 117, 402, 403, and 502
4 people - 111A and 112
 

Open Group Study Locations
  • Library Instruction Lab, Room 111* when classes are not in session - two large seminar tables and six collaborative pods.
  • Room 211* when classes/meetings are not in session.
  • Room 221 large table and 4 chairs.
  • Room 220D* and 430E* when meetings are not in session.

* Calendars with scheduled events are posted outside of rooms 111, 211, 220D and 403E

Conference Spaces

 

RSLC 217
  • Large TV screen, screen sharing available with AirMedia, whiteboard and conference telephone.
  • Seats: 14
  • Open to campus staff groups for reservations.  Email Dawn Skovbroten skovbrotend@uwstout.eduto reserve.
  • Locked when not reserved.
RSLC 220D
  • Large TV screen, screen sharing available with AirMedia, and whiteboard.
  • Seats: 4
  • Open to campus staff or student organizations for reservations.  Email Dawn Skovbroten skovbrotend@uwstout.edu to reserve.
  • Room is open for use as spur of the moment study space by students when not reserved by staff.
RSLC 430E
  • Overhead projector, screen sharing available with AirMedia, and two large whiteboards.
  • Seats: 10
  • Open to staff or student organizations for reservations.  Email Dawn Skovbroten skovbrotend@uwstout.edu to reserve.
  • Room is open for use as spur of moment study space by students when not reserved by staff.
 

Additional details about library conference room use are available on the Library Conference Room Use Policy page.

Classroom and Lab Spaces

 
RSLC 111
  • Overhead projector, screen sharing available with AirMedia, whiteboard and SmartBoard.
  • Seats: 30 students
  • Reservation requests can be sent to classrooms@uwstout.edu
  • Room is open for use as spur of moment study space by students when not reserved.
  • Lab computers require a logon using a UW-Stout email user name
RSLC 211
  • Large screen TV, screen sharing available with AirMedia and whiteboards.
  • Seats: 12 students
  • Open to campus staff or student organizations for reservations.  Email Dawn Skovbroten skovbrotend@uwstout.edu to reserve.
  • Room is open for use as spur of moment study space by students when not reserved.
Gaming and Digital Innovations Lab
  • Mobile projector and whiteboards. 16 major video game consoles (both vintage and new), 3 high-end PC's loaded with productivity software and access to a digital game catalog of more than 250 titles and Vintage Video Game collection of over 400 titles and a circulating current Video Game collection of over 1,200 titles that can be used in the GDI Lab. 
  • Seats: 24 students
  • Reservations requests can be sent to GDILab@uwstout.edu
  • Room is open for use as spur of moment study space by students when not reserved.