We work with faculty to teach students about Milner Library and what it offers. Our spaces are designed to encourage a variety of learning experiences. Consult the decriptions below and view our General Use Policies to identify which space mets your needs.
This is a specialized space to encourage active, collaborative, and/or cooperative teaching and learning. The design and technologies within the classroom are intentional to support this type of teaching and learning.
This instructional space is best suited for small groups and interactive projects.
These are open areas around Floor 6. They have tables and chairs and are conducive for group work. Students must bring their own laptop computers.
See our Floor Maps for the specific locations.
This small space, located on the far east side next to the bookshelves & restrooms, provides a 70" wall-mounted digital screen and sits 16 students (4 tables with 4 chairs). Instructors and students must bring their own laptop computers.
This instructional computer classroom is set up in rows of individual computers and provides an instructor's station, LCD projector, screen and white boards. The classroom is best suited for lecture-style teaching and individual student work.
Installation, modification or deletion of software is not allowed, except by Milner faculty and staff. Specialized software requests should be communicated two weeks prior to your session to the Head of Instruction and Student Engagement, Jennifer Sharkey, or the Milner Library Information Technology Services Department.
Print jobs go to the networked printing server and can be printed from any print station throughout library.