Spaces in the RLITC
Student Study and Work Rooms
When not reserved, group study rooms are available on a ‘first-come, first-served’ basis for groups of two or more.
- Group Study Rooms (RLITC A35, 147, 181A, 215, 217, 311, 313) Located on Levels A, 1, 2, and 3. Designed to accommodate collaborative study and groups who wish to meet on an occasional basis in a location that provides easy access to Library resources. Rooms A35, 147, 181A have large screen monitors. Each comfortably seats four to six people.
- Media Group Study Rooms (RLITC 113, 116) On Level 1, designed to accommodate collaborative study and small groups. Rooms are equipped with playback equipment and large screens for viewing.
Reservable through the RLITC space reservation system.
- Virtual Reality Room (RLITC 114)
- Storylabs (RLITC 122 and 124) Podcasting studios equipped with audio recording and editing equipment.
- Digitization Studio (RLITC 133) Equipped with several types of video and audio playback equipment, and image scanners for the purposes of digitizing materials.
Classrooms & Labs
Computing Labs (RLITC B02 & B03) These two classrooms are scheduled through EMS. When not used by classes, these rooms remain open for general student use.
- Digital Scholarship Studio (RLITC 182) Request a reservation through the EMS room reservation system.
- Digital Scholarship Classroom (RLITC 181) and Blume Language and Culture Learning Center (RLITC 119) Scheduled through EMS.
- Seminar Room (RLITC 103) Comfortably seats 14. Scheduled through EMS.
- Phelan Library Learning Center (RLITC A48) Located on Level A. This room is reserved for Library instruction classes.
- Financial Research & Technology Center (RLITC A02) Located in the 24-hour zone of the library, near the main entrance. The center hosts 11 Bloomberg Professional workstations, the industry leader in providing real-time and historical data for business and finance news, analytical tools and research. More information.
- Joslin Family 1823 Room (RLITC 206/207) Group lecture room with kitchenette and projection facilities accommodating up to 50 people. During the academic year this space is used as additional study space. The room can be reserved for special functions by the Library and IT staffs, the President’s Office, and Advancement.
- Walton Room (RLITC 255) Meeting room seating 14-30. Primarily reserved for Library and ITS meetings.
- Michigami Room (RLITC A30) Seating for 10 – 14. Reservable through the RLITC reservation system.