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PCL Learning Labs Reservation Requests
Learning Labs may be requested for up to two meetings of a course per semester. Requests will be considered if the Learning Labs technology will be used to facilitate collaboration, not simply presentation; or for instructors needing space to help students work with the print collections in PCL. In order to assess the effectiveness of this service, instructors will receive a brief survey to complete after they've taught in the Learning Labs.
Events in the Learning Commons must further the purpose of the Learning Commons (to support student academic success and advance teaching and research). Event hosts are responsible for set up, catering, clean up, publicity and directional signs. Technical support may not be available evenings and weekends.
Staff Training and Conferences:
Use of Learning Labs for staff trainings and conferences will only be considered during intersessions.
Because the Learning Labs are also used as open student collaborative study space, reservation requests
considered in light of time of the semester and number of existing reservations, in addition to the factors described above.
What you can expect:
We cannot consider requests received with less than two weeks notice.
Additional information about your request may be needed and you will hear from library staff with further questions. Please be very specific about how you will use the technology and the Learning Lab in order to expedite requests.
Before your reservation, you will need to meet with a library staff member to learn how to use the technology, which should take no more than 30 minutes.
After you use the Learning Lab, we will send a follow up assessment survey that should take no more than 10 minutes to complete.
Head, Teaching & Learning Services, UT Libraries
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