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The AT&T Library and Technology Resource Center: Services

Library Use Policy & Reservation Information

The technology in the AT&T Library and Technology Resource Center is available for use by University faculty, students and staff as well as non-profit organizations free of charge. This is governed by the campus Acceptable Use Policy.

As a member of the Bridges Cluster within the MOBIUS library consortium, the library catalog is now accessible online from any computer with Internet access (http://bridges.missouri.edu/search~S3). This catalog links to the other nine Bridges Cluster's member catalogs as well as to the full MOBIUS compliment of member catalogs totaling more than 60 academic, special and public libraries across the state of Missouri and Tulsa, Oklahoma into one unified catalog. This MOBIUS catalog provides access to a total combined collection of more than 27,000,000 items, most of which can be requested by the enrolled students, faculty and staff of Harris-Stowe State University. Once requested, these items are delivered within four to seven working days. Students, faculty and staff can also visit other member libraries and check out materials directly by presenting their valid campus IDs, once their records are added to the library database. Students, faculty and staff of other MOBIUS affiliates have reciprocal privileges. There is also a cooperative agreement with the Colorado Alliance of Research Libraries, providing access to library materials in Colorado and Wyoming.

HSSU alumni and educators of the St. Louis area are entitled to borrow Harris-Stowe State University library materials and use the computers available in the library, but are excluded from MOBIUS privileges.

The AT&T Library and Technology Resource Center offers a variety of additional services to support the academic mission of Harris-Stowe State University, its faculty, staff and students. These resources are also available to non-profit community organizations for meetings, training and conferencing (some long-distance and security fees may apply). 

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 Telecommunity Room

Open to:

Faculty, Staff, Students, and Non-Profit Community Organizations

The Telecommunity Room (Room 108) includes double screen 80 inch monitors with a computer and podium for easy viewing of presentations and other video images. The room also provides full access to the University's computer for most of the room's features and is normally set up as a large classroom with a maximum capacity of 60 people. The use of this facility is free of charge with the exception of possible security charges. To reserve this facility, contact Jonetta Davis at (314) 340-3393 (davisj@hssu.edu), or Linda Orzel at (314) 340-3624 (orzell@hssu.edu).

Dr. George H. Hyram Seminar Room

Open to:

 Faculty, Staff, Students, and Non-Profit Community Organizations

The Dr. George H. Hyram Seminar Room (Room 130) is designed to securely display rare and valuable books and other items. This elegant area has a maximum capacity of 25 people, and combines traditional formal d├ęcor with the most sophisticated technology. Full teleconferencing capabilities are available as well as a 50-inch plasma display. The use of this facility is free of charge with the exception of possible security charges. To reserve this facility, contact Jonetta Davis at (314) 340-3393 (davisj@hssu.edu), or Linda Orzel at (314) 340-3624 (orzell@hssu.edu).

The Computer Lab

Open to:

 Faculty, Staff, Students, and Non-Profit Community Organizations

The Computer Lab (Room 120) provides additional space for faculty, staff and students, and is available  for internal professional development workshops, in-class writing labs, and bibliographic instruction with library staff. The lab includes 17 participant computer stations and an instructor's computer station with a podium, and a 6-by-8foot projection screen. Maximum capacity of this room is 35 people. The use of this facility is free of charge with the exception of possible security charges. To reserve this facility, contact Jonetta Davis at (314) 340-3393 (davisj@hssu.edu), or Linda Orzel at (314) 340-3624 (orzell@hssu.edu).

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