Do you need to prepare for a conference, a presentation for class, defending your dissertation, or job interviews, graduate school interview? Need a space to practice a group presentation? “Check-out” Xavier University Library's Presentation Studio, Room 415B on the 4th floor.
Partially funded through student fees, the Presentation Studio is a convenient group space on campus where students across a variety of academic disciplines can work individually or in groups to rehearse timing and slide transition or develop oral presentation skills. As the largest group study room in the Library, the Presentation Studio will accommodate up to 15 persons.
The Presentation Studio is equipped with the following:
Students may book the Presentation Studio for a period of up to two hours online using their university ID. Consecutive bookings will only be allowed if no other students are waiting.
Xavier University Library also asks that students keep in mind the following guidelines:
Room Booking Policy
General Management Policies
Xavier University Library has twelve (6) Individual Study rooms, eighteen (18) Group Study rooms.
Group Study rooms are intended as a space for students (up tp 6) to work and study together. They are not intended for either individual study or socializing.
Individual Study rooms are intended as a space for one student to work alone. They are not intended for either group study, socializing, sleeping, and eating meals.
Who can reserve rooms?
Only current XU students with a valid XUID and email address may reserve rooms within the University Library.
How do I reserve a group study room?
Group Study Rooms may only be reserved through the LibCal online reservation booking system at: http://www.xula.edu/library
When can we reserve the room?
Rooms may be reserved two weeks in advance anytime up to next available time slot.
All bookable rooms are available for reservation during times when the Library location is open. Please refer to the library’s homepage for hours of operation. *Please be sure to confirm your reservation within 15 minutes of booking or your reservation will be forfeited.*
How many people do we need to reserve these rooms?
To reserve: a room for group study, groups must have at least a minimum of 2 and a maximum of 6 people.
To reserve: a room for individual study, only 1 person is needed.
How long can we book the room?
Rooms are reserved in 1-hour time slots. Reservations are limited to 2 time slots per room. Groups may stay beyond their reserved time if no one else has reserved that room at that time.
You will receive an email confirming your reservation that includes a link you can use to cancel your reservation.
There is a 15-minute grace period attached to your reservation. If your group does not arrive within the grace period the reservation is void and the room becomes openly available.
Be prepared to show proof of registration at any time during your reserved time slot.
Anyone who reserves a room is expected to clean up after themselves and leave the room ready for the next group. Remove all belongings and dispose of trash when you exit.
All group study rooms have a whiteboard. Please use only appropriate markers and erasers on the whiteboards. If you do not have your own dry-erase markers or erasers, the User Services Desk can provide markers and erasers for check-out. .
Please respect your fellow students; keep noise to a minimum.
If you need to view or listen to an audible resource, you are required to use ear-buds.
The library has provided a Food Eating Zone on the 1st floor outside the entrance of the 24 hours study room. All greasy foods and aromatic food items must consumed in this space.
Contact library staff at the User Services Desk at 504-520-7305 if you need assistance.
**The Library reserves the right to cancel any reservation that is not in accord with our policies
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