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Information about and reservation form for the RE:Space
RE:Space learning lab in the Carothers Library

 

This bring your own device (BYOD) space can be scheduled by URI course instructors or professional staff for classes where students will benefit from close proximity and access to library materials and resources. URI instructors may reserve the RE:Space for their own teaching. Priority is given to information literacy and library related instruction sessions

Reservations are only available for individual class sessions for a maximum of three hours. Available Monday-Friday 8am-7pm. Seating for 34, maximum capacity: 49.

This instructional space is located on the Lower Level of the Library and includes seating for 34 students at five round tables and seven small rectangular tables. The space can accommodate 49 people. 

  • Teaching Stations: The room has two teaching podiums: one has a desktop connected to the SMARTBoard and has a chair; the other is a standalone podium that is not connected to a display. The desktop has Google Chrome, Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, MS Office Suite, TurningPoint, Acrobat Reader DC, Java, Flash, RealPlayer, Windows Defender antivirus, and Malwarebytes. 
  • Student computers: There are 20 Chromebooks in the room, but this is intended as a Bring Your Own Device space.
  • Additional equipment: The room has a SMART Board interactive whiteboard, projector, one free-standing, large, double-sided whiteboard on wheels, and four 4’x6’ rolling whiteboards. 

Extra technology may be requested through Classroom Media Assistance at cmaking@etal.uri.edu or 874-4278.

Pick up the key to the room from the Circulation Desk in the Carothers Library. You will need to sign the room agreement.

If you need to cancel your reservation, please email Deborah Mongeau at dmongeau@uri.edu and Mary MacDonald at marymac@uri.edu.

Covered drink containers are allowed. Registered user is responsible for any damage to the room resulting from food or spills.

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