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It Is Easier than Ever with LibCal

When LSU Student Government requested an easier way for students to reserve study rooms, we listened.  After reviewing available products this fall, Middleton Library implemented LibCal from SpringShare. Reserving spaces in Middleton Library is quicker and easier now, without library staff mediation.

Eleven “Group Collaboration Spaces” and two “Presentation Practice Rooms” in Middleton Library are available to students with reservations.  To learn more about these spaces, and to make a reservation, see http://www.lib.lsu.edu/circ/studyrooms.html.

menuConsultations with librarians can be scheduled through LibCal, too, through the “Ask Us!” link on the Libraries’ website.  Beginning this semester, students and others seeking in-depth research assistance from a librarian can book a consultation with any librarian or a particular subject specialist for as much time as they need.

LibCal will also allow faculty members to self-book the electronic classrooms in Middleton Library (rooms 230B and 230C).   More information on the electronic classrooms, including a reservation link, can be found here: http://www.lib.lsu.edu/classroom/index.html.

Thanks to Student Government for assisting with the subscription price in the first year!

 

Sigrid Kelsey is the Director of Library Communications and Publications at the LSU Libraries.

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