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San Diego City College Library: Room Requests

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Students: Library Study Rooms

Study Room R204There are five study rooms available on the main floor of the Library, each having a whiteboard and a table with six chairs.

How to Get a Study Room:

  • Go to the Circulation Center desk to sign up and to have a staff member unlock the door.
  • Student study rooms are available on a first-come, first-served basis for groups of two or more (except for R-206, which is for 1 or more).
  • Rooms must be checked out at the Circulation Center before usage and are available on a first come first serve basis.
  • A current CSID is required in order to get a study room.

Using a Study Room:

  • Group study rooms are to be used for studying only. They are not for conferences or tutoring by faculty, staff, or private individuals.
  • During peak usage periods, group study room use may be limited to 2 (two) hours.
  • A group can only use a room one time per day
  • No food, drink, or water bottles are allowed in the LRC, including inside the group study rooms.

Anyone who fails to comply with the above rules or LRC and campus policies may be asked to leave the room and may be restricted from future use of group study rooms.

Using the Equipment in a Study Room

See the video below which explains how to use the video monitors in the study rooms.

Faculty: Conference & Training Room Reservations Info

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LRC rooms R-108, R-205, R-212, and R-301 are available for faculty and staff campus business. These rooms are reserved for activities such as meetings, seminars, training, and workshop presentations. See slideshow at right for photos.

To reserve a room, please follow these two steps:

  1. Contact Daniel Gonzalez (dgonzale@sdccd.edu) at (619) 388-3869 make a reservation for a room.
  2. Contact the Office of Classroom Technology Managment at (619) 388-3418 for instructions on how to use the media equipment available in each room (except R-205, which has no built-in equipment). You must be trained on the equiment before you can use it. Internet connectivity and audiovisual support are available upon request. Please provide all details for software and/or equipment needs when making a reservation.

Room Descriptions:

  • Room R-108, Teleconference/Presentation Room. Seats up to 14 people around one large conference table. Whiteboard, overhead digital projection system, videoconferencing equipment, and Internet connectivity available.
  • Room R-205, Meeting Room. Seats up to 6 people around one table. Whiteboard available. (No media equipment built in.)
  • Room R-212, Meeting Room. Seats up to 24 people around several long computer tables. Two folding tables also available. Overhead digital projection system, and Internet connectivity available.
  • Room R-301, Group Training Room. Seats up to 15 people at computer workstations, plus one instructor station. Whiteboard, overhead digital projection system, and Internet connectivity available. R-301 has NetSupport software for control of all workstations, including turning on/off, locking/unlocking down screens, and projecting sample screens on user workstations. Instruction sheet for NetSupport provided.

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R206 Voice Phone for the Deaf

picture of the voice phone set up Study room R206 has a Voice Phone for the Deaf installed for currently enrolled students.  Please check in at the Circulation Desk to use the room. See the guidelines in the Word document below.

More information about the SVRS Voice Phone is available on the SVRS web site