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GENL 103: Advanced Learning Strategies

Technology in the Library

The SU Libraries offer many services and a variety of equipment to help faculty, staff, students, and community members in their academic pursuits, including computers and study spaces, various modes of printing, technology lending, study rooms, assistive technologies, and more. For more information, visit: https://www.salisbury.edu/libraries/services/technology.aspx

View of the Atrium showing tables and computers with students studying

Device Availability

We offer several types of electronic devices that can be checked out by students, faculty, and staff at the Library Service Desk. These include laptops (which can only be used on campus networks), Chromebooks (which can be used off campus), iPads, and iPad accessories. To see what devices are available, visit: https://www.salisbury.edu/libraries/services/mobile-devices.aspx

Group Study Rooms

There are 15 group study rooms of various sizes throughout the Guerrieri Academic Commons. The larger rooms can accommodate groups of up to 10 people, while the smaller rooms only seat 4. While most rooms are reservable, there are a few rooms that are available on a first come, first served basis. For more information and to reserve a study room, visit: https://www.salisbury.edu/libraries/services/study-rooms.aspx

Presentation Practice Room

The Presentation Practice Room (GAC 116) is meant to help SU students, faculty, and staff improve their presentation skills. The space gives you a place to run through your presentations with a friendly audience to get practice as well as constructive criticism.

The room is also equipped with video recording equipment to allow you to record your presentations. Watching your own presentation can be a great learning experience and is one of the quickest ways to making your presentations more engaging and informative.

For more information and to reserve the PPR, visit: https://www.salisbury.edu/libraries/services/presentation-practice.aspx

Course Reserves

Our Course Reserves site allows you to search for items being held at the library on reserve for your courses. You can search for items by course number, instructor, or title. For more information and to search our Course Reserves, visit: https://libapps.salisbury.edu/reserves/