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Reserving Library Space

Bring the Library into your Classroom!
In keeping with the college's mission of teaching, research and service, the Gingrich Library offers several opportunities for faculty members to enhance their teaching. See descriptions below to start thinking about how the library can help you, then contact your liaison for more information.

Please contact Pat Delewski (610) 921-7220 from 8am-4:30pm daily if you have any questions.

Reserving Space
The Library maintains three rooms on campus that may be reserved online by the faculty. They are:

  • Classroom (B-09) / formerly AV Studio seats about 25 (contains a whiteboard, 1 teaching computer with Internet access, DVD/VHS viewing options) and is located in the basement of the library building.
  • Group Study Room B seats 12-16 students (contains white board, tables and chairs, 1 Internet computer, DVD/VHS viewers and slide viewer) and is located on the second floor of the library.
  • Media Classroom I for teaching in a media/lab setting (contains 17 computers, SmartBoard projection unit, DVD/VHS viewer) and is located on the first floor of the library.  The 16 student computers are loaded with the Microsoft Office suite including PowerPoint and Publisher, PaintShop Pro and other basic software. This lab is available for faculty to obtain educational technology support or for class instruction.

Using Moodle

A Moodle class is automatically created for every class in Self Service and can be created to support any other class or commitee work needed.  Day and graduate faculty are encouraged to use Moodle to supplement their classes while usage of learning management system is mandatory for the ADP classes. 

The Library provides training and assistance for any faculty member who is interested in creating and sustaining a Moodle web site. You can request Moodle training by contacting George Missonis (610-921-7203) or Rosemary Deegan (610-921-7202) for more information. Handouts and a web based training program for students are available at our Moodle Assistance web page.

Using Resources Remotely

The library’s electronic resources are available from off-site. If prompted, you must login to these resources using your network/Moodle username and If you have any problems locating a favorite database, contact your library liaison for assistance.password. If you have problems accessing these resources, contact Sandy Stump (610-921-7205) or the Reference Desk 610-921-7211)