Library Training and Meeting  Rooms

Marquand Library, McCormick Hall

(Instruction Room A62)


The instructional classroom is on A-Level (to the right as one enters the floor from the stairwell), and has movable tables. Its primary purpose is for library instruction classes and related workshops conducted by Marquand Library staff for students, faculty and staff in conjuction with the Department of Art and Archaeology. It also is available for classes wishing to consult Marquand Rare Books (location: SAX). It may be used as a backup, if available, when library instruction or meeting spaces elsewhere on campus are occupied.



  • Adobe Photoshop CS 8.0
  • Adobe Reader 8.1.2
  • Dreamweaver MX 8
  • Endnote X1.01
  • Internet Explorer
  • MacroExpress
  • Microsoft Office 2003
  • Microsoft Office 2007
  • Mozilla Firefox
  • Oxygen XML Editor
  • Real Player
  • Refworks Write-n-Cite
  • SSH
  • Voyager Clients

This is a partial list. Check the workstations for other applications and contact the Systems Office to load applications required for your training purposes.

Responsibilities of Trainers

To reserve or set up an orientation of this room and its equipment, please contact Rebecca Friedman x3163 (or x3783), or

Last updated 8/10/07  - content manager Tracy Hall