Computer Lab: Library 105. Contains 24 computers, projector, and podium. Available as open study space when not occupied by a class.
Library Room 102: 3 computers, mobile cart with television for display/presentation, white board. Seats 6. Reserve a 2-hour time slot.
Library Room 109: 1 computer, mobile cart with television for display/presentation, white board. Seats 4. Reserve a 2-hour time slot..
Please note that a minimum of two students is required to make a reservation and that the room can only be reserved for three hours at a time by any one group.
To see if same day reservations are available, please speak with a library staff member. For more information, please review the Group Study Room Guidelines.
Scan and Print
- Scan: One scanner is available on the main floor of the library.
- Print: Penn State Scranton uses the Paw Prints system for printing. One Paw Prints printer is located in the library. Visit the campus printing information page for details.
- 3D Printing: The library has some basic 3D printing services available to students. Visit the 3D Printing page for more information.
Textbooks and Reserves
Faculty: The Library Course Reserve Request Form is to be used when you are requesting that materials be placed on Reserve at the library for students in your class(es). To request that the library place your print textbook or other physical materials on 2-hour course reserve for in library usefor your classes, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Students: The library makes an attempt to place as many required course readings as possible on reserve in the library. These materials may be checked out for up to two hours and must be used in the library. Ask at the library desk to see if your required text is available, or to make a recommendation for purchase.
Equipment to Borrow
|Headphones (noise canceling)||4 hours, in-library use only|
|Dry Erase Markers||4 hours, in-library use only|
|Portable power supplies||4 hours, in-library use only|
|Skeleton||4 hours, in-library use only|
|Anatomical models||4 hours, in-library use only|