Rooms and Spaces
Group Study Rooms
The DuBois library has three group study rooms that accommodate 2-4 people. Rooms include dry erase meeting tables and large dry erase boards. Reserve a Room online.
The library has computers for library research and general use. A scanner is also available.
Wireless Internet access is available in the library using your own laptop computer or one borrowed from the library. Please consult the Wireless Access on Campus page for more information.
Media Commons provides an opportunity for DuBois faculty and students to learn about creating digital media such as video and audio to positively impact their coursework. You (or a member of your group) will need your Penn State ID card to check out the Digital Commons key or equipment from the Library Circulation Desk.
|Canon Camcorders||3 days|
|Nikon and Canon Digital Cameras||3 days|
|Wireless Microphones||3 days|
Visit Media Commons at DuBois for more information.
One Button Studio
The One Button Studio is available for limited use by one person at a time. The studio can be reserved for one hour. Make a reservation online.
Scan, Copy and Print
- Large format scanner.
- Microform reader/printer.
- Media Commons editing equipment.
- Black & white laser printer
- Printing only from Campus Library computers
- Letter-size (8.5” by 11.5”) prints
- Defaults to double-sided printing
- Printing is FREE!
Textbooks and Reserves
Reserve items faculty select for specific classes are shelved at the Circulation desk. Most items are loaned for 2 hours to be used within the Library. Be prepared to give the course number and name of your instructor. In order to borrow reserve materials, students must be registered with the library and present a Penn State ID.
For questions about Course Reserves, call the library at 814-375-4756.
Equipment to Borrow
Laptop computers are available at the circulation desk for loan to registered students. Laptops are available on a first-come, first-serve basis and cannot be reserved ahead of time.
|Dell Laptops||7 days|
If there are questions regarding use of any media equipment, please contact the Library at (814) 375-4756.