Learning Commons
Collaboration Spaces

The large study area of the Learning Commons is available to students when the Carroll Library is open. This space features 50 tables, 195 chairs, 21 rolling white boards and walls painted with whiteboard wall paint. Students are encouraged to create their study space and to make clean-up easy, papertowels, table cleaner and whiteboard cleaner are easily accessible. Laptops, dry erase markers and other support materials are available for checkout from the Academic Resources Desk.

Collaboration Rooms


Currently enrolled students are encouraged to reserve collaboration rooms in the Learning Commons for group projects during fall and spring semesters. Collaboration rooms feature comfortable furniture and collaborative technology.

 

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Collaboration Studio

This room features a media:scape which allows up to six students to plug in laptops, iPads, or smartphones and project the screens on one of two monitors to make collaborating easier. Groups of 3-14 students may reserve this space.

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Collaboration Lab

The Collaboration Lab features a traditional white board along with an Eno Board, an interactive whiteboard paired with a projector. Groups of 3-14 students may reserve this space.

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iMac Project Room

Three to six students can reserve this smaller office space for collaborative projects. The room features a desk, an iMac and a work table for four.

Schedule and Reservations

To review the availability of and reserve a collaboration room, please visit LCOnline by clicking on the login button at the bottom of this page. The Studio, Lab or iMac Project room may be reserved by Carroll students in 30-minute increments up to four hours per day of collaborative work during fall and spring semesters. If you are unsure of how to use LCOnline, please download and review the tutorial.

Food and drink are permitted in certain areas of each room—signage is posted with specific directions.

Collaboration Space check in process

LC OnlineOnline Scheduling System

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