Training and Meeting Rooms
Mudd Library Seminar Room
The John Marshall Harlan Room
The Mudd Library Seminar Room, officially called the John Harlan Room,
is a small meeting room in the Seeley G. Mudd Manuscript Library at 65
Olden Street. It is used both for staff meetings and bibliographic
instruction. It may be reserved by all Library staff.
Library staff may also use the Wiess Lounge (with two tables, six chairs,
a couch, and seven lounge chairs) and the Microfilm Room (with two tables
and four chairs). Please note, however, that researchers and staff may
also need to have access to the Wiess Lounge and the Microfilm Room during
their scheduled time of use. The Seminar Room, on the other hand,
provides a private setting for meetings or training events.
Responsibilities of Trainers:
seven conference tables with seating for twenty-two. More chairs are also
- Ethernet connection
pull-down screen (curtains will lessen somewhat the outside light)
No food or drink is allowed in Mudd Library, nor is smoking allowed.
- Tables and chairs may be rearranged, but they must be returned to their
original order. When moving the tables, please lift them rather than
dragging them. The table legs have been broken in the past
Trainers should leave the room in the condition in which it was found,
including erasing and closing the blackboard.
Trainers should provide electrical extension cords, if necessary, and duct
tape to secure them.
Contact Mudd Library (8-6345 ) to check for availability and additional
For special needs or problems in scheduling, contact Tracy Hall (8-6807)
Last updated 9/19/2007