Due to social distancing guidelines, capacities have been reduced in rooms and study areas. Contact Nick Wharton for questions about Mortensen Library spaces or Lisa Wollenberg for Allen Library spaces.
The Harrison Libraries have a variety of spaces for classes, group study, and for listening and viewing audio/visual materials. Some rooms are available first-come, first-served, and some may be reserved in advance.
The Harrison Libraries have four rooms that are primarily used for classes, workshops, and staff meetings. They are all available for advance reservation.
Woods Classroom—Mortensen Library
Capacity: 35. Includes lab computers, projector, and more. Available for classes and meetings by reserving through Mortensen Reference (860.768.4142).
KF Room—Mortensen Library
Capacity: 49. Includes projector, DVD/VCR, and more. Available for classes and meetings by reserving through Mortensen Reference (860.768.4142).
Available first-come, first served.
Type 1: Large screen monitor and table for five
Type 2: Wide curved monitor and seats for three
Type 3: Very large screen monitor
Contains instructional materials, children’s literature, kits, and more. Includes whiteboard, projector, and Smart Podium. Mostly available first-come, first-served, but may be reserved by Education Department faculty.
Study Rooms 306, 309, and 310
Rooms have tables and chairs, but different equipment. Available first-come, first-served for small groups. Sign out a key from the Mortensen circulation desk.
Located in the Allen Library, on lower level. Equipped for laptop connection, Bluetooth, CD, DVD, Blu-ray, VHS, LP record, and more. Mostly available first-come, first-served, but instructors may reserve by contacting Lisa Wollenberg (860.768.4840).