The Instruction Lab contains 23 Windows computers, an instruction station, white board, and projector.
The purpose of the Instruction Lab is to support student research needs. Primary use of the Instruction Lab is for library and information literacy instruction with a librarian or for student work on research assignments.
The McGinnis Room is often referred to as Briggs Library's "living room" since it is often used for both library and campus events, speakers and readings. It's also a popular location for informal study groups.
The Briggs Library Meditation Room can help you relax and unwind through a variety of resources including aromatic oils, soothing music, beanbag chairs, a Tibetan singing bowl, soft lighting, sandscapes, and a Buddha Board. Whatever your need, let the Meditation Room soothe your worries and give you a respite from studies and stress.
New books are shelved on the “New Arrivals” shelves for a limited amount of time in order that library users may have a chance to browse new acquisitions. These new books are shelved on the bookcase between the entrance and exit gates.
The easy to use touchscreen steps users through scanning documents, photos, or books with the option to email, save to USB or print the scans. The PDFs have Optical Character Recognition (OCR) and there is a text-to-speech option where users can send their scans as an audio file.