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Medical Laboratory Technology: Research and Study Spaces

1st Floor

Circulation and Online Catalog Computers

The Circulation Desk is the public's first point of contact for informational and directional inquiries.  It is also where all books and reserve items are checked out and returned.  Online Catalogs provide access to the library's collection and access to the databases.

Allied Health Room (Room 106)

The Allied Heath Room (Room 106) primary purpose is to give access to medical and anatomical loaded software available on two large-screen televisions.  HDMI cables are available for connecting to laptop computers.  A whiteboard is available and markers may be checked out at the circulation desk.   For more information about the Allied Health Room, the Nursing and Allied Health programs, and to see a complete photographic listing of available models available for in-building use click anywhere on this page to go to the Allied Health Room's libguide.

Multimedia Lab

The Multimedia Lab has 36 desktop computers loaded with the MS Office Suite: Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Publisher, and Access.  There are also two low-vision computers available. In addition to desktop computers, the multimedia lab provides laptops and tablets that are available for in-building use for three hours.  Members of the public can print out from the desktop computers at $0.25 per page (B&W), and $0.50 per page (Color).

1st Floor General Seating and Program Area

The main area of the library's 1st floor is adaptable for individual and small group studying.  The area can be modified to accommodate special program seating for 50 to 100 people.

1st Floor General Seating and Program Area

The main area of the library's 1st floor is adaptable for individual and small group studying.  The area can be modified to accommodate special program seating for 50 to 100 people.

1st Floor Collaborative Study Tables

Flanking the 1st floor's general seating area are four collaborative tables fitted with large screen televisions.  The televisions are equipped with HDMI cables for connecting laptops creating a large screen display.

The Learning Commons

The Learning Commons provides lounge seating, collaborative work areas, and individual study carrels. This area also has current issues of magazines and journals may be read within the library.

2nd Floor Study Areas

2nd Floor - General Seating Areas

The 2nd Floor has small group study tables and individual study carrels.  Two mobile whiteboards are located in this area.  Markers may be checked out at the Circulation Desk.

2nd Floor - General Seating Areas

The 2nd Floor has small group study tables and individual study carrels. Two mobile whiteboards are located in this area.  Markers may be checked out at the Circulation Desk.

Room 202A - Medium Sized Study Room

Room 202A has two small mobile tables that allow for small to medium group collaboration and study.  The room comes equipped with a whiteboard. Markers for the whiteboard may be checked out at the Circulation Desk.

Classroom - Room 209

The library's Classroom (Room 209) serves as the venue for in-house library seminars and workshops.

Room 203

Room 203 is located adjacent to the library's Art Gallery.  The area's two tables allow for individual and small group studying.  A whiteboard is available. Markers may be checked out at the Circulation Desk.

Art Gallery

The library's Art Gallery connects the two wings of the 2nd floor.  Each semester a display of art is available for viewing.

Room 211

Room 211 is a large multi-group study room that can be used for small class instruction or programs.  A whiteboard, a drop-down screen, and a ceiling projector are available for use.  Connecting cables are available at the multimedia lab, and makers may be checked out at the circulation desk.

Small Study Rooms (Rooms 215-218)

The library has four individual study rooms available for a 3-hour check-out. The rooms are designated for quiet study for one to four people.  Each room is equipped with a whiteboard and television.  HDMI cables and markers are available for checkout from the circulation desk.

Just for Faculty - Faculty Resource Center (FRC) Room 117

The Faculty Resource Center (Room 117) has been created to serve as an office workspace for CTC faculty. The FRC has Wi-Fi computer workstations available for use. Faculty will be able to use this area to do research, develop course plans, or other instructional related activities. Some office equipment is also available for use. Access to FRC is through the library’s Multimedia Lab.