In May 2012, a computerized “groundbreaking” was held for an all-new Digital Learning and Media Center on the fifth floor. The project was completed and opened in September 2012 for student use.
The center will provide a collaborative dynamic space where students and faculty can work together on digital media projects, where faculty can teach interdisciplinary courses that incorporate digital media assignments, and where technologists and librarians can deliver workshops to faculty, students, and staff.
The new center will provide access to an array of high-end Macintosh computers and also allow students to check out cameras, video equipment, audio recorders, and other materials for their multimedia productions. READ MORE
The George R. Cooley Science Library is in McGregory Hall, on the Academic Quad.
The collections support astronomy, biology, chemistry, computer science, geology, mathematics, medicine, physics, and psychology. In addition, it serves interdisciplinary course work in ecology, climatology, biogeography, the environment, and health sciences.
The library has private and group study space, computer workstations, and document scanners. The environment is highly conducive to study, research, and reflection. Reserve readings for most science courses are maintained at Cooley. READ MORE