Room Use Policy
The Blagg Huey Library maintains meeting room policies to ensure space is available for library instruction and training sessions and small group study.
Room 101 is reserved for library staff training, meetings and instructional classes conducted by librarians. It may be reserved for satellite downlink connections for academic classes and by the Chancellor or by other Academic officers for meetings and special events.
The Library Training Room, located behind the Reference Area on the first floor, is reserved for hands-on training and demonstrations by the library staff. Small classes and other groups may be scheduled for training in the room by a Reference librarian.
Study RoomsStudy Areas at Denton Library
The Children's Collection is an open, public service area for both Children's materials and audiovisual materials. No food or drink is allowed in this area.
Classes wishing to visit the Children's Collection are welcome to do so, but the area does not substitute for a classroom and cannot be reserved for or limited to classes. Other library patrons, as well as library staff, may be in and out of the area during a class period, working in the collection or checking out materials.
Schedule visits to the Collection with the Children's Librarian.
Woman's Collection Reading Room
The Woman's Collection has an open research area, and there is a separate and secure Reading Room available to researchers using Vault materials. Researchers must register to use Vault materials and are apprised of the specific rules governing the use of Vault materials at that time.
Classes wishing to visit the Woman's Collection are welcome, and tours are available. Faculty may arrange for a class meeting in the Reading Room in conjunction with a tour. Otherwise, the Reading Room is open and available for the TWU community and visiting researchers. Schedule tours of the Collection with Woman's Collection staff.
To assure students a quiet place for uninterrupted reflection and study, areas on the 3rd floor are designated "quiet areas." Conversations should be kept to a minimum and voices should be kept low.
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