NOTE: Room reservations are currently limited to courses assigned to the library classrooms by the Registrar’s office.
Three classrooms are available in the library:
Library classroom 114 includes twenty (20) seats with white board and MondoPad.
Library classroom 115 includes eighteen (18) reconfigurable seats with white board and MondoPad.
Library classroom 116 includes thirty-two (32) reconfigurable seats and Clear Touch technology.
Dry erase markers and remote controls are available for checkout from the library’s front desk. Additional equipment may be requested from Brenau Multimedia & Theater Services, (770) 534-6246.
This area of the library is adjacent to the bank of windows at the front of the library and is ideal for students studying in groups. It includes eight tables that seat 4-6 students each.
This open area of the library contains nineteen (19) seats in a bistro-style configuration. It is adjacent to Thurmond-McRae Lecture Hall, located just outside the Writing Center (Library 112).
This open area in the rear of the library building contains six study tables for twenty-four (24) users and may occasionally be reserved for events.
Redwine Technology Center
Brenau’s Information Technology department provides two classrooms with computers (Redwine 106 & 108), as well as carrels for individual and group study. To reserve a Redwine classroom, contact IT’s Help Desk at email@example.com or (770) 538-4774.
Brenau’s Language Bistro, located in Redwine Technology Center, houses the university’s foreign language classes in a specialized room reminiscent of a European cafe. To reserve the Language Bistro, contact Lacey Carpenter in the Department of Humanities at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Reserve a Space in the Library
Trustee Library: 625 Academy Street, Gainesville, Georgia 30501 | email@example.com
(Phone) 770-534-6113 or Toll-Free 800-252-5119, x6113 | (Fax) 770-534-6254
During the week of May 5-12, EBSCO will be upgrading key pieces of the EBSCO eBooks systems. As a result, users will not be able to download full eBooks to read offline. Users will retain the ability to read eBooks online and to download individual eBook chapters. Any eBooks already downloaded will remain available. If you have any questions or encounter any problems, please contact the library at firstname.lastname@example.org.