Answered By: Reference Librarian
Last Updated: 2019.Aug.08     Views: 41

Lehman Library has several possible options available for practicing presentations:

  • LL120 Library One-touch Recording Studio
    • reserve a time to record (to a USB drive) you (and your group) doing a presentation
    • this is available as a first-come first-served group study room when not reserved
    • study groups must vacate for reserved recording sessions
  • LL106 Library Conference Room
    • when this meeting room is not reserved for a meeting it has a projector and podium for presentations
    • this is available as a first-come first-served group study room when not reserved
    • study groups must vacate for reserved meetings
  • Lower Level Left Group Study Carrels
    • 4 first-come first-serve group study carrels with flat-screen monitor
    • the Lower Level Left is a mostly open-seating group study area, please be respectful of others when practicing presentations (volume, interpretive-dance moves, etc.)

Please be considerate of others; individuals or groups wishing to practice or record presentations in LL120 may only reserve the room for up to 2 hrs per day.

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