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MLIB 2008: Dumke Fine Arts & Architecture Library Classroom  

Instructors in the College of Fine Arts and the College of Architecture + Planning may use this form to request to teach their semester-long classes in the Dumke Fine Arts & Architecture Library classroom, MLIB 2008.
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About MLIB 2008

The Dumke Fine Arts & Architecture Library classroom (MLIB 2008) is designed to accommodate instruction sessions taught by Fine Arts & Architecture Library staff as well as semester-long, credit classes in the College of Fine Arts and the College of Architecture + Planning.  The room’s features include:

  • 16 tables and 32 chairs, which can be reconfigured as needed,
  • 24 Macbook laptops (which are scheduled separately),
  • 2 side-by-side projectors,
  • White boards with hanging rails on three walls,
  • An instructor’s station with a Mac and a PC, two laptop ports, and an overhead document camera,
  • Close proximity to Fine Arts & Architecture Library collections and staff.

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Request Form

MLIB 2008 - Dumke Classroom Scheduling Request

Please use this form to submit a request to schedule the Dumke Fine Arts & Architecture Library classroom (MLIB 2008) for College of Fine Arts or College of Architecture + Planning semester-long courses.
Submitter's Name *
Submitter's Email *
1. Semester and Year the course will be taught: *
2. Course number, section, and title (e.g. THEA 3730-001 History of Theatre) *
3. Day(s) of the week and time course will meet (e.g. Tue & Thu 9:10-10:30am): *
4. How many students do you anticipate enrolling in this course? *
5. Course instructor(s): *
6. Primary instructor's email and phone number: *
7. Please describe how this course specifically will benefit from utilizing room MLIB 2008 and the Fine Arts & Architecture library's resources and staff? *
8. To help us with the Mac laptop scheduling, how often would they be used for this course? *
Will not use the laptops.
Every class period.
Occasionally, on specific dates.
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