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Services & Support

The Learning Resource Center is your “help” button! If you are not sure where to go for support on campus, start with your LRC. The staff will help find the best solution for your need.

Looking for a quiet place to study or for a large group meeting? The LRC has two small study rooms and a classroom (seats 24) with a podium PC and projector available by reservation. The LRC classroom also has web conferencing capabilities. Click here to reserve a study room or the classroom.

The LRC has a CCIT lab printer for student and university employee use. This service uses PawPrints or TigerOne for payment.

The Healthcare MakerSpace housed in the LRC has a collection of materials and equipment for you to innovate, collaborate, and create. Contact Kristen Lawson with questions or specific MakerSpace needs.

School of Nursing and Department of Public Health Sciences course material is on reserve in the LRC. Ask your professor if your textbook is in the LRC for you to use.

The LRC staff is available to help you start your research or if you need help contacting the librarians at Cooper Library. Email Kristen Lawson with questions or needs.

The LRC houses specialized nursing and health related print resources. Material in the book and journal collections are available for a 2-week check-out. Visit the LRC online catalog to browse the collection or come by to browse the shelves. Please remember to also check out the Cooper Library for a more extensive collection of materials for you to borrow.

Looking for a video camera to check-out or an HDMI cable for your presentation in class? Need a calculator for an exam? The LRC has technology equipment available for (almost) every need. Stop by the LRC desk for more information or email Kristen Lawson with your specific request.

The LRC houses a Scantron Score test scoring machine for faculty in the College of Behavioral, Social and Health Sciences to use. The machine is available for independent faculty use on a first come first serve basis. For more information about the machine in the LRC and how to use it, please visit http://www.scantronscore.com/