Students can practice PowerPoint and multimedia presentations for courses on the second floor of the Main Library. The Presentation Practice Room is available to any KSU student for up to two hours.
PC with monitor to view presentations
Flat-panel screen to display presentations to an audience
Wall connection for laptops
Whiteboard with dry-erase markers and erasers
Conference table and seating for up to six students
Reserve the room for up to two hours (based on availability) using the LibCal (by scheduling Room 214 Presentation Practice Room) or over the phone at 330-672-2177. The Presentation Practice Room is available during the service hours of the 2nd Floor Information Desk and must be booked before 5 p.m. the day prior to use on week days and before 5 p.m. on Friday for weekend or Monday use.
Please note: This room is intended for groups and individuals to practice and edit presentations. Additional Group Study Rooms are also available on the second floors of the Main Library using the LibCal. There are also study rooms on the first floor of the Main Library that are available without scheduling.
Users of the Presentation Practice Room agree to the Presentation Practice Room Policy and Use Guidelines
Presentation Practice Room - Policy and Use Guidelines
This room is intended for students to practice and edit presentations.
Eligibility for Reserving the Presentation Practice Room
Individual Kent State University students.
Groups of up to six Kent State University students.
The Room may not be reserved by University departments, faculty, or staff, nor by parties not affiliated with Kent State University.
Students can schedule the Presentation Practice Room via the LibCal or by contacting the 2nd Floor Information Desk.
The Room may be scheduled for periods of up to two hours only during hours of operation of the 2nd Floor Information Desk.
Parties not arriving within 20 minutes of the start of the booked Room time forfeit their reserved time. In such cases, the Library reserves the right to cancel the reservation and allow other users to use the Room.
Additional software needs cannot be supported, nor may users install additional software on the Room's computer.
Groups or individuals using the Room for uses other than its intended purpose may be asked to leave.
Groups or individuals using the Room are responsible for restoring the Room to its original condition after use and for returning the Room key card and any other materials borrowed to the 2nd Floor Information Desk by the end of the Reservation period. Any group leaving the Room in disorder is liable for a labor charge to clean and/or reset the Room.
Approved by University Libraries Council, April 1, 2009