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Texas State University

Collaboration Rooms

Location: Alkek Library 2nd Floor (Main)
Rooms: 233, 234, 235, 236 
Capacity:  Minimum 2 people and Maximum of 3 people 
Reservable: Reservations for two-person, partner project work will be allowed beginning Monday, Apr. 12, 2021. Reservations can be made online or by using the door tablets for up to two 1-hour blocks during library hours. You must show up for your reservation within 15 minutes of its start time and check in on the room tablet or other groups will be allowed to use the room. Rooms can be reserved for immediate use, if the space is not already occupied, using the room tablets located outside the room door. Immediate reservations are for one-hour increments.
Use Guidelines: All collaboration rooms are intended for use by students and faculty who need to meet with a group to study or work on projects. These rooms are not to be used for office hours or instructional support. Reservations can be made up to 30 days prior to use using the online EMS room reservation system. These rooms are not soundproof, so noise levels must be kept to a minimum. Groups who become loud and boisterous risk being asked to forfeit their reservation and leave the library.

  • Large shared monitor
  • Three HDMI and one VGA connection cable
  • Glass writing walls

These specialized group study spaces offer the perfect place to gather your project team or study group in a boardroom style space that is separate from the crowd, but part of the collaborative energy on the library's main floor.

Bring your laptops and use provided connection cables to share a presentation or document on the large monitor or use the glass dry-erase boards to brainstorm or perform calculations as a group.

collaboration study room with students inside working on group project