Additional floors

Lower-level floor plan

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Upper-level floor plan

  

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O'Grady Library floor plan -- lower level

Lower level floor planThe lower level of the library houses the Center for Student Learning, Writing and Advising with three group study rooms, two pods of student computers, and a number of study tables and carrels. The Curriculum Resources room, Special Collections and Archives, an 18 seat computer seminar/classroom, journals, magazines, and newspapers (both print and microfiche) and restrooms are also located here.

  • Learning and Writing Center and Disability Support Services: Provides academic learning resources for students. The free services are available to all Saint Martin's University students and includes tutoring, academic workshops and peer-assisted learning.
  • Curriculum resources: Developed to support education students, the room has picture books, children's and young adults' fiction and non-fiction, selected textbooks and kits, and education theses.
  • Group study rooms: Three group studies rooms are available after 5 pm on weekdays and on weekends for student, faculty, and staff use. Contact the Circulation Desk to reserve a room.
  • Journals, magazines, and newspapers:  The library typically keeps print copies of academic journals and many popular magazines for five years and newspapers for two months.  Titles are organized alphabetically on the shelves.
  • Microforms: Older issues of selected journals are available in microfiche.
  • Seminar room: This is a networked, 18-seat computer classroom that can be scheduled by faculty and staff for workshops and single class sessions.
  • Special collections:  This area contains unique collections, rare books, and the developing university archives. Requests to view any of these materials should be made to the library director.
  • Technical Services:  This is the where the library's ordering, receiving, cataloging, and processing of books, videos, and journals takes place.