The Miami University Libraries' instruction facilities provide for formal and informal hands-on instruction by trained information professionals. These facilities provide a venue in which students, faculty, and staff can learn to effectively create and use information technology and resources. These facilities feature a full complement of multimedia software.
|Inez Kamm Instruction Room||110 King Library||35 Workstations(Mac), Collaborative Space|
|Thunder Seminar Room||114 King Library||Collaborative Space, Electronic Whiteboard System, bring your own device|
|King Library Presentation Room||320 King Library||Large, Reconfigurable Space, located next to the Walter Havighurst Special Collections|
|Center for Information Management||112 King Library||38 Workstations, audio and video editing software and hardware|
|IMS Instruction Room||27 King Library||20 Workstations; Operated in partnership with Armstrong Institute for Interactive Media Studies|
|AIS (Advanced Inquiry Space)||134 King Library||Bring your own device classroom, seats 40. Operated in partnership with the Office of Research for Undergraduates (ORU)|
Instruction Facilities operated by the Miami University Libraries are for the use of librarians and library staff members for:
Instruction Facilities are generally not to be used as a general meeting or conference room. If a proposed session does not fall under one of the criteria above, permission must be granted by the Assistant Dean for Instruction and Emerging Technologies (email@example.com) or theHead of the Libraries’ Instruction Cluster, Lindsay Miller (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Some facilities may be open as walk-in computing facilities for individual users when classes are not scheduled or may be available as study rooms using the study room scheduler.