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HSSE Study Spaces


HICKS Study Spaces



Equipment for Students to "Rent"

  1. Equipment at Hicks Undergraduate Library is available for 1 or 3 day loans. They offer digital cameras, camcorders, tripods, and hard drives). Check out either come to the library’s desk or call 494-6733. There is no cost for the service within certain guidelines.
  2. In the Hicks Undergraduate Library there is a Smart Board for usage. The Smart Board is by reservation through ITaP.  Go to http://www.dlc.purdue.edu. Click “Reserve computers”, and after logging in with your career account, search by hardware “SMART board”. It is best to print off the reservation as you will not receive an email. SMART board materials can be checked out at the Hicks iDesk.
  3. Most of the classrooms on campus are equipped with workstations and projectors.  Space Management & Academic Scheduling lets students use university classrooms to practice their presentations or work on class projects if a room is not in use. Check with SMAS on availability by going to Engineering Administration (ENAD), room 402 or call 494-3900.
  4. The Audio-Visual office/ ITaP at Stewart Center B20 has equipment available only for faculty to reserve. No students will be allowed to make a reservation.
  5. Check with school department to see if there is equipment for students to check out. There are some schools that do have that available for certain classes. i.e. Education : (For only students in the College of Education or in the Purdue Teacher program, there a service for them :Technology Resources Center -Beering Room 3287, phone 494-5677).

Spaces for Students to "Rent"

  1. In Hicks Undergraduate Library there are study rooms on the ground floor, no reservations allowed; 1st come, 1st served. There is also the iLab (G959) that students can use, but everyone has access, so not so good for a group. And usage depends on if a class has been scheduled.
  2. Space Management & Academic Scheduling lets students use university classrooms to practice their presentations or work on class projects if a room is not in use. Check with SMAS on availability by going to Engineering Administration (ENAD), room 402 or call 494-3900.
  3. For reserving a room in Stewart Center or the Union, the student will need to call 49-48870 to see if one is eligible for this service. Usually the service is for student organizations.
  4. There are study rooms in the HSSE library in Stewart Center. These rooms are for groups, but an individual is welcome unless requested by a group. The CSC on the 1st floor of HSSE, has a group study area with large monitors, no reservations needed.

Proctor services for students

Distance Learning Center in Stewart Center G59 - Their proctors are only used for their services.
Online classes with Indiana College Network: These students have the services of the Distance Learning Center proctors. They must request the exam from the institution offering the course at least 48-72 hours (two or three days) ahead of time. 496-3338

Schleman Hall, Testing Center - no longer provides proctors for students.
Testing Center services range from providing adaptive testing accommodations for qualified students to providing pre-employment testing, as well as career and personality testing by referral. Additionally, the Testing Center oversees and administers Advanced Credit exams and Purdue Independent Study exams as well as several national exams. 494-1146, Room B42, Schelman Hall.)

Some of the departments have Distance Learning programs (Engineering, https://engineering.purdue.edu/ProEd/About/distance_learning)

Contact

Purdue University Libraries
504 W. State St.
West Lafayette, IN 47907-2058

Telephone: 765.494.2831
Fax: 765.494.9007
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