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The Computer Classroom supports Duke University Medical Center's educational and training programs utilizing computer technology. It is available for formal computer-based classes, hands on training, lectures utilizing multimedia, technology-based demonstrations, and special technology fairs or exhibits. The Classroom is equipped with 16 workstations and a mounted projector. It is located in Room 104 on Level 1 of the Library.
The Classroom is available for reservation by Duke faculty, staff, and DUMC students who wish to conduct classes utilizing computer technology or for hands on training.
From August 1st through mid-September, the Classroom may be booked no more than 2 weeks in advance of the proposed event. At other times, events may be scheduled up to 6 months in advance, but reservations are guaranteed only for the 3 months prior to the event. Events scheduled more than 3 months in advance may be subject to change.
The Library must be notified of cancellations at least 48 hours in advance of the scheduled event. Otherwise, a $25 cancellation fee will be charged.
Library staff will confirm all reservations within 24 hours, Monday through Friday.
Small group study rooms are available on a first-come, first-served basis on Levels 1, 2R and 3 of the Library. Some of the rooms are equipped with large monitors and white boards and seat between 4 to 8 people.
Level 1: Rooms 102A, 102B, and 102E (Trent/Richmond House Rm)
Level 2R: Room 212E and Open Carrels
Level 3: Rooms 315, 316, and 319. PIN stations are available in room 320 if you need to work with patient records or other clinical systems.
The Library has a conference room that can be scheduled for non-Library meetings. To reserve the room, call Library Administration at 919.660.1150. When the room is not scheduled for a meeting, groups may use the room on a first-come, first-served basis. Please refer to the calendar posted next to the door.
Level 2; 8 am - 12 midnight, Monday – Friday
Features: Internet connections, conference call capabilities, and computer projection equipment. You may plug in a laptop or use the computer in the room.
Capacity: Conference table seats 14 people with another 14 chairs along the wall. Stacking chairs are also available providing a total capacity of 30-36 people.
Groups need to notify Library Administration if food is to be served and allow extra time for set up and clean up. Those scheduling the room are responsible for removing all the items after the meeting.
Additional guidelines about the use of the room are sent out when the schedule is confirmed.
For more information, call 919.660.1150 or 919.660.1196.
This space may be scheduled for faculty events by contacting Faculty Center Management at 919.684.9026.
The Faculty Center was created to serve as a hub for Duke Medicine faculty interaction and an incubator for research and clinical collaborations. It is conveniently located adjacent to the Library in the Mudd building, with 24-hour access through the entrance just off the walkway along the Mudd building and from inside the Library during normal library hours.
In addition to providing informal meeting spaces for faculty, coffee and refreshments are available.
Access is by Duke card/badge for those with regular faculty rank. If your badge does not work, please contact your business manager.
Faculty Center Management: 919.684.9026
Environmental Services: 919.684.9700
Computer/Printing Assistance: 919.684.2243