Meeting Rooms and Study Areas

 

Computer Classrooms

All rooms must be reserved prior to use - call 336-716-4414. 

  

Classroom A - Windows 7 and Office 2010

  • Instructor terminal
  • 8 student workstations
  • SmartBoard+ projector
  • available for study when not
    reserved for class use

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Classroom B - Windows 7 and Office 2010

  • Instructor terminal  
  • 10 student workstations  
  • SmartBoard+ projector 
  • available for study when not
    reserved for class use
      

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Meeting Rooms

 
  

Blue Study Room

(formerly Conference Room)

  • Conference Table-
    large table - seats 8, optional perimeter seating for 9+ 
  • SmartBoard+ Projector
  • Dry Erase board
  • TV / VCR
  • reservable

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Orange Study Room 

  • Computer with Office 2010
  • Conference Table-
    large table - seats 8, optional seating for 9 +  
  • Projector
  • Dry Erase board only 
  • reservable

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Purple Study Room

(Room on left in History of Medicine Room)

  • small table - seats 4 +  
  • Dry Erase board only   
  • reservable  

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Green Study Room

(Room on right in History of Medicine Room)

  •  small table - seats 4  
  • Dry Erase board only   
  • reservable  

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Red Study Room

  • 4 small tables - seats 4+ 
  • Projector
  • Dry Erase board only
  • reservable  

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Yellow Study Room

  • 1 small table - seats 4 
  • Dry Erase board only
  • reservable  

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Study Areas

There are two designated Quiet Study areas.
Study areas are not reserved but first-come-first-serve. 

Study areas available include: 

  

Quiet Study   

(former Classroom C)

  • 20+ study carrels - seat 1 each  
  • 1 study table - seats up to 8
  • not reservable 

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Quiet Study

  • 12 study carrels - seat 1 each  
  • not reservable


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SmartBoards may be connected to your laptop for a group computing environment. Please note that it is NOT necessary to install anything if you just want to project your desktop - the SmartBoard software is needed if you want to interact at the board.

      Benefits:

  • Write, erase and perform mouse functions with your finger, a pen or an eraser – directly on the board.
  • Pick up a pen or the eraser, and the pen tray automatically detects which tool you’ve selected. Buttons activate the On-Screen Keyboard, right-click and help function.
  • Capture your work to SMART Board software as a screen shot that you can edit, or save your notes directly into several software applications, including Windows versions of Microsoft PowerPoint, Word and Excel, or into AutoCAD software.

 

 

Quick Reference

Carpenter Library
1st Floor, Gray Building

Main 336-716-4691
Archives 336-716-3690
Circulation 336-716-4414
DocDel/ILL 336-716-4378
Reference 336-713-7100

Contact/Suggestions
refdesk@wakehealth.edu

Hours
Mon-Thu 7 am - Midnight
Fri 7 am - 7 pm
Sat 10 am - 7 pm
Sun 1 pm - Midnight
The Library is open to the public by prior arrangement only during regular operating hours.
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