Scale-Up is the library's large collaborative classroom, with whiteboards on every wall, flexible student seating, and multiple large presentation screen. This classroom is open to students for open study in the evenings, but is primarily reserved for College of Science courses during weekdays.
Approximately 72 chairs are available (maximum room occupancy: 80)
Scale-Up Technology Cheat Sheet
Please check availability before booking: Scale-Up Calendar
If you are wanting a librarian to teach your class, please use the Request Instruction form instead. Room booking is handled automatically as part of that process.
18 MacBooks in a laptop cart
8 large presentation screens
Library classrooms are available only during regular building hours (vary by semester) and are fully supported during normal business hours (9am - 5pm).
Orientation to classroom equipment is available to instructors in advance of their scheduled booking. Contact the Classroom Support Staff at firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.
Patrons are responsible for the cleanliness and order of the classroom following use. The Library is not responsible for left or unattended items.
Booking requests will be considered on a case-by-case basis; however, general restrictions include:
Use of classroom by student groups or undergraduates, unaccompanied by a faculty member or graduate teaching assistant.
More than 3 non-library related classroom bookings in one semester.
Please make all space requests no less than 5 business days before your event.
Use of classrooms by non-University groups without library collaboration.
A two-day cancellation notice is requested; contact email@example.com.
With the exception of the SCALE-UP classroom, library classrooms are not to be reserved for the exclusive use of semester-long courses. We will work to accommodate as much library and university programming in the classrooms as possible.
Please note: The periods from late January to mid-April and late August to late October are especially busy times for library instruction. The classrooms will be kept available for library instruction during these periods.