The mission of the McKeldin Library Instruction Labs is to support the University Libraries' information literacy program, training activities for University Libraries staff, and computing services to UMD students.
These labs are:
- MCK 6101 (34 student computers, 1 staff computer)
- MCK 6103 (22 student computers, 1 staff computer)
- MCK 6107 (32 student computers, 1 staff computer)
Lab Use Policy
All McKeldin Library Instruction Labs are subject to this policy:
1. McKeldin Library Instruction Labs are designated as public space available to library users on a first-come, first-serve basis throughout much of the year. Please talk quietly to avoid disturbing others in the labs.
2. During certain times of the year, McKeldin Library Instruction Labs are designated as a formal teaching space where library staff will be given priority to conduct presentations. During these periods, the rooms will be unavailable for public use. Signs will be posted in advance to notify users when these rooms are reserved.
In preparation for library events, users are requested to exit the lab at least 15 minutes prior to the start of presentations or earlier, as requested by staff.
3. McKeldin Library Instruction Labs are not designated as silent, quiet, or group study space. Locate these areas by referring to the floor maps located near each elevator or ask staff for assistance at the 1st floor Information/Reference Desk.
4. All library users are expected to adhere to the Libraries' Code of Conduct policy.
How to Request a McKeldin Library Instruction Lab
UMUC Faculty and Librarians
UMUC faculty and librarians are subject to the general lab policy, but will be charged a $100 fee to use the labs. UMUC faculty and librarians may contact User Education Services to schedule and rent a McKeldin Library Instruction Lab by completing this request form.
If you are a UMD faculty instructor for any of the following courses AAP, EDCP 108, ENGL 101, GEMS 100, or Professional Writing Program, please contact User Education Services at email@example.com.
Contact the Subject Librarian who liaises with your college or school to design and teach information literacy classes, orientations, seminars, and workshops for your students.
Your Liaison Librarian can work with you to schedule customized information literacy sessions to improve student research. Library instruction sessions are tailored to class needs to assist students in completing their assignments. Librarians can also help you develop effective research assignments that relate to the course subject matter and incorporate student learning outcomes. For more information on the benefits of librarian-faculty partnerships, click here.
UMD Libraries Staff
Please click here to access User Education Services' Intranet page. (Login required)
All Other Groups
Please contact User Education Services at firstname.lastname@example.org with any other inquiries.