Newtown Campus Library Room Reservation Policy
The purpose is to support the use of rooms in the Newtown Campus Library by Bucks County Community College students, faculty and staff.
POLICIES GOVERNING USE
- Only current Bucks County Community College students or employees request reservations of the Newtown Campus Library rooms.
- The reservation requester must check-in to the Library Service Desk with a valid Bucks County Community College ID to receive access to the reserved room. Three failures to check-in results in termination of the right to reserve a room in the Newtown campus library for the remaining duration of the academic year.
- The reservation requester must be present in the reserved room for the duration of the reservation.
- Student reservations permitted for group study or presentation practice and/or presentation recording. Students using rooms for other purposes may be blocked from reserving rooms at the discretion of the Director, Library Services or the Dean, Learning Resources and Online Learning.
- Students present during a room reservation and causing a disruption to students in the library or damaging room furnishings/technology/décor lose the right to reserve a room in the Newtown campus library for the remaining duration of the academic year.
- The Dean, Learning Resources and Online Learning or Director, Library Services may reserve the right to alter the schedule, supersede availability, or close LIBR 207b, LIBR 219, LIBR 220, LIBR 310, LIBR 311, and LIBR 315. The room requester will be given notice and switched to an available room suitable to meet the needs of the requester.
RESERVATION PROCEDURAL GUIDELINES
- LIBR 207b, LIBR 310, LIBR 315 must be reserved at http://www.bucks.libcal.com/. Reservation must be made 24 hours in advance of reservation start time. Within 12 hours of reservation start time, reservations must be confirmed by reservation requester via Bucks County Community College email.
- LIBR 219, LIBR 220, and LIBR 311 must be reserved using 25 Live on my.bucks.edu
- LIBR 220, also known as the Learning Studio, may be reserved beginning one week prior to the event date. See the Learning Studio Policy for more information.
DESCRIPTION OF ROOMS YOU MAY RESERVE
- LIBR 207b Practice Room: Equipped with a portable projector, netbook, and podium, a small round table and seating for 10. Lightboard lecture capture technology is also available in this space.
- LIBR 219: Primarily used for Professional Development events. Seats 24. Equipped with 24 PCs and a PC teacher's station.
- LIBR 220 Learning Studio: Primarily used to teach Information Literacy and Multimedia Literacy. Seats 50. Furniture can be configured to accommodate numerous layouts. Equipped with a PC teacher's station and 30 laptops.
- LIBR 310 Collaboration Space (CoLab) 1: Contains 25 moveable seats and 25 moveable tables. The tables can be configured to fit into groups of two to 25. Equipped with two whiteboards, and a portable projector.
- LIBR 311 Collaboration Space (CoLab) 2: Primarily used to teach COLL 101. Contains 25 desktop computers, an EPSON BrightLink projector, a PC teacher's station and whiteboards.
- LIBR 315 Brainstorming Room: Contains a round table, moveable chairs and whiteboard wallpaper covers each wall. Seats eight