Lippincott’s new seminar room and information desk are open for business! Please join us on Tuesday, September 22 in room 242 from 2:30-3:30 for an informal open house to check out the new space. The seminar room and desk area are the first things you will see upon walking through our main entrance on the second floor of the Van Pelt Dietrich Library Center.
The Lippincott Library Seminar Room (room 242) will function as a space for classes, workshops and meetings. It seats up to 28 people with a flexible and configurable seating arrangement, ranging from seminar-style seating to small group clusters for collaborative work. Several glass whiteboards allow for an ample amount of writable surface.
The seminar room includes a full high-definition projection system with ceiling embedded speakers for audio playback. It has a permanently installed Windows PC as well as two sets of laptop inputs supporting both HDMI and VGA connections to the video projector. Wireless presentations are possible through the use of Mersive Solstice software installed on the resident PC. The room supports video and audio conferencing and has a microphone array permanently installed in the ceiling and a high-definition pan/tilt/zoom camera installed next to the projection screen in the front. Skype and Bluejeans are both installed on the resident PC. USB inputs connected to the resident PC are available in the front and back of the room and allow for the connection of auxiliary peripherals to the system such as cameras and visualizers.
We welcome single-use and recurring reservations for classes and academic support activities. To book the room, please see our reservation form. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.
We look forward to seeing you at the Open House on Tuesday, September 22 from 2:30-3:30 in Room 242!!