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Library Teaching Venues

The Library uses these teaching venues primarily for information literacy programs and various Library events. Campus units may reserve the venues for academic purposes. They can accommodate an audience size of 25 and above. For tutorials, seminars or classes of smaller size, check the IC Learning Space and the LG3 Seminar Room.

Multi-function Room on LG4

For talks, classes, seminars; setting is flexible. Location and equipment.
Seminardigital podium

HKUST staff may send booking request via the Booking Request Form.

E-learning Classrooms on LG1

The two E-learning Classrooms at the Learning Commons are designed for teaching information literacy, media literacy, and other workshops. The two rooms can be set as one combined classroom, or two separate venues: Classroom A | Classroom B

Classroom A Classroom B Connecting 2 Classrooms

Students may use the computers when the Classrooms are not reserved. HKUST staff may send booking request via the Booking Request Form. During Fall and Spring terms, Classroom B can be reserved within 2 weeks only.

Software Upgrade Schedule

The software in these computers are updated during semester breaks. Version cutoff date is set to be 1 month before the start of the coming semester. Due to heavy use traffic and workload, the Library cannot install new software or upgrade to new version in the middle of the semesters.

Tutorial Spaces on LG1

Tutorial Spaces can support classes, presentations and seminars. Location and Equipment.

Tutorial Spaces

HKUST staff may send booking request via the Booking Request Form.

Setting up the Equipment

To set up the room for your session, please inform Library staff at Learning Commons Information Desk (LG1). You will borrow the corresponding key, Library staff will help you turn on the equipment. The procedure should take less than 10 minutes. If you have question or special request on setting up the room, contact us at lbcommons@ust.hk.

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last modified 15 August 2016