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Conference Room

Overview

  • Brunswick Community College Library has one conference room available for use daily; it accommodates 10 people comfortably, and features a desktop computer, white board, and projector (which can only be used with a laptop that is checked out at the BCC Library Circulation Desk). Please note that the computer in this room is not networked for printing.

Purpose

  • The conference room is intended as a place for Brunswick Community College (BCC) students, faculty, and staff to study, meet, or work together in a large group. Preference is given to student groups first, followed by faculty/staff, and then community patrons.

Eligibility

  • Students with BCC email addresses may make their own reservations via this online request system. All other users must request reservations at the Circulation Desk (910-755-7331)
  • Online reservations will generate a confirmation email; if you do not receive this confirmation email, then your reservation has not been successfully implemented in the system.  When in doubt, ask library staff at the Circulation Desk to check.

Reservation limitations

  • Online reservations can be made up to one month in advance.
  • The conference room is reserved in 30-minute increments.  Users are limited to 120 minutes of total time per day, which can be split across 1-4 reservations.  Users may stay beyond their reserved time if no one else has reserved the room (or until the next reservation shows up).
  • Reservation holders take precedence over casual users of the conference room -- all users are advised to reserve the room formally at the BCC Library Circulation Desk to avoid being turfed out.

Cancellations

  • Users will receive an email confirming reservation(s), which will include a link to cancel the reservation.  Please check junk folders, as this email often gets automatically directed there.  Users must cancel their reservation in order to recover the daily allowance of time and reallocate it elsewhere for that same date.

Late arrivals

  • There is a 10-minute grace period attached to reservations. If users do not arrive within that grace period, the reservation is forfeit and the room becomes available to others.

Conduct expectations

  • The conference room door should remain unlocked at all times.
  • Lights must be kept on in the conference room.
  • Noise levels from any conversations and/or equipment must not disturb others.
  • Drinks are allowed in the conference room, provided they are in a closed container.  Only snack foods are allowed in the library -- no hot food, please.
  • All conference room users are expected to be courteous and leave the room ready for the next users.
  • Above all, please be civil to each other and share this room in a spirit of cooperation.  In the event of a reservation or other conflict, please consult with library staff at the BCC Library Circulation Desk.

Please note that the BCC Library staff reserves the right to: (1) enter the conference room at any time; and (2) reassign or refuse a reservation based on noncompliance with the above rules.

 

Multipurpose Room

Overview

  • Brunswick Community College Library has one multipurpose room available for use daily; it accommodates 5 people comfortably as a meeting space

Purpose

  • The multipurpose room is intended as a place for Brunswick Community College (BCC) faculty and staff to meet or work together in a group. 

Eligibility

  • Faculty and staff with BCC email addresses may make their own reservations via this online request system. All other users must request reservations at the Circulation Desk. 
  • Online reservations will generate a confirmation email; if you do not receive this confirmation email, then your reservation has not been successfully implemented in the system.  When in doubt, ask library staff at the Circulation Desk to check.

Reservation limitations

  • Online reservations can be made up to one month in advance.
  • The multipurpose room is reserved in 30-minute increments.  Users may stay beyond their reserved time if no one else has reserved the room (or until the next reservation shows up).
  • Reservation holders take precedence over casual users of the multipurpose room -- all users are advised to reserve the room formally at the BCC Library Circulation Desk to avoid being turfed out.

Cancellations

  • Users will receive an email confirming reservation(s), which will include a link to cancel the reservation.  Please check junk folders, as this email often gets automatically directed there.  Users must cancel their reservation in order to recover the daily allowance of time and reallocate it elsewhere for that same date.

Late arrivals

  • There is a 10-minute grace period attached to reservations. If users do not arrive within that grace period, the reservation is forfeit and the room becomes available to others.

Conduct expectations

  • The multipurpose room door should remain unlocked at all times.
  • Lights must be kept on in the multipurpose room.
  • Noise levels from any conversations and/or equipment must not disturb others.
  • Drinks are allowed in the multipurpose room, provided they are in a closed container.  Only snack foods are allowed in the library -- no hot food, please.
  • All multipurpose room users are expected to be courteous and leave the room ready for the next users.
  • Above all, please be civil to each other and share this room in a spirit of cooperation. In the event of a reservation or other conflict, please consult with library staff at the BCC Library Circulation Desk.

Please note that the BCC Library staff reserves the right to: (1) enter the multipurpose room at any time; and (2) reassign or refuse a reservation based on noncompliance with the above rules.

 

Study Rooms

Overview

  • Brunswick Community College Library has three study rooms available for use daily; each one accommodates 1-2 people comfortably, and features a computer with DVD player. Please note that the computers in these rooms are not networked for printing.

Purpose

  • Study rooms are intended as a place for Brunswick Community College (BCC) students, faculty, and staff to work and study individually or together in small groups. 

Eligibility

  • Students, faculty, and staff with BCC email addresses may make their own reservations via this online request system.  All other users must request reservations at the BCC Library Circulation Desk (910-755-7331).
  • BCECHS students can only use these study rooms alone.
  • Online reservations will generate a confirmation email; if you do not receive this confirmation email, then your reservation has not been successfully implemented in the system.  When in doubt, ask library staff at the Circulation Desk to check.

Reservation limitations

  • Online reservations can be made up to one month in advance.
  • Study rooms are reserved in 30-minute increments.  Users are limited to 90 minutes of total time per day, which can be split across 1-3 reservations.  Users may stay beyond their reserved time if no one else has reserved the room (or until the next reservation shows up).
  • Reservation holders take precedence over casual users of the study rooms -- all users are advised to reserve a room formally via the online system or at the BCC Library Circulation Desk to avoid being turfed out of a previously unreserved room.

Cancellations

  • Users will receive an email confirming reservation(s), which will include a link to cancel the reservation.  Please check junk folders, as this email often gets automatically directed there.  Users must cancel their reservation in order to recover the daily allowance of time and reallocate it elsewhere for that same date.

Late arrivals

  • There is a 10-minute grace period attached to reservations. If users do not arrive within that grace period, the reservation is forfeit and the room becomes available to others.

Conflicts

  • Reservation holders:  in the event that your reserved study room is occupied upon arrival, please consult with library staff at the BCC Library Circulation Desk.

Conduct expectations

  • Study room doors should remain unlocked at all times.
  • Lights must be kept on in the study rooms unless a DVD is being viewed.
  • Noise levels from any conversations and/or equipment must not disturb others.
  • Drinks are allowed in the study rooms, provided they are in a closed container.  Only snack foods are allowed in the library -- no hot food, please.
  • All study room users are expected to be courteous and leave the room ready for the next users.
  • Above all, please be civil to each other and share these rooms in a spirit of cooperation.  In the event of a reservation or other conflict, please consult with library staff at the BCC Library Circulation Desk.

Please note that the BCC Library staff reserves the right to: (1) enter any study room at any time; and (2) reassign or refuse a reservation based on noncompliance with the above rules.