Open 10:00 am to 9:00 pm
The instructional classroom is located in Room 70 of the Donald E. Stokes Library, in the lower level of Wallace Hall. Its primary purpose is for classes conducted by Princeton University Library staff for students and the Princeton University community, emphasizing subject area research, specific-resource training, course-related instruction, and student orientations. The classroom is also used for computer workshops held by the Woodrow Wilson School, Office of Population Research, and Sociology Department. The classroom reverts to general Library Web Computers when not reserved for class sessions.
- 12 Dell Profile PCs running NT
- Instructor's station
- data projector to project image from instructor's workstation
- projection screen
- 1 HP LaserJet 5100dtn network printer
- standard overhead projector (for transparencies)
- standard Microsoft Office applications
- Endeavor Voyager client software
- instructor's station can be configured with additional specialized client software for demonstration purposes (currently available: ArcView GIS, Beilstein, Datastream, DRI, EndNote, Ghostview, Scifinder Scholar)
This is a partial list. Contact email@example.com to check for other software or to request additional applications to be added for your training purposes.
Responsibilities of Trainers:
- Turn on the computers and projection equipment (if required).
- Close all applications and log off all workstations at the end of each class.
- Turn off projection equipment at the end of each class.
- Return all chairs to their proper location at the computer tables and pick up garbage.
- Erase the blackboards.
- Log back into 12 PCs with Library Web Computer login (proper profile is posted on each PC).
- Leave lights on, door unlocked and open.
Check the online Schedule of Reservations for Stokes Library, Wallace Hall, Instructional Classroom. Then use the online Room Reservation Form. Online reservation requests are sent to the Stokes Library for approval and are then posted on the room reservation schedule.
For special needs or problems in scheduling, contact the Stokes Library (258-5658)