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Woody Tanger Auditorium   Learn more
Request the WTA now
Room features: Capacity: 144 people, Seating type: 138 built-in tablet armchairs; 5 wheelchair stations
Equipment: Blu-Ray, Computer, Document Camera, DVD, Overhead Projector, Podium Microphone, Setup for Powerpoint Presentation
Features: Telephone
New Media Center Rooms   Learn more
241 - Group Viewing Request 241 now
Room features: Capacity: 30 people, Seating type: Group Viewing Room
Equipment: Blu-Ray, Computer (PC), DVD, Setup for Powerpoint Presentation, VHS
Features: White board(s)
242 - Group Viewing Request 242 now
Room features: Capacity: 40 people, Seating type: Tablet chairs in lecture configuration
280 - Group Viewing Request 280 now
Room features: Capacity: 6 people, Seating type: Chairs around a table
281 - Group Viewing Request 281 now
Room features: Capacity: 6 people, Seating type: Chairs around a table
283 - Group Viewing Request 283 now
Room features: Capacity: 15 people, Seating type: Chairs around a table
AIT Multimedia Classrooms   Learn more
383 - PC Multimedia Classroom Request 383 now
Room features: Capacity: 31 people, Seating type: Computer-based classroom lectures
384 - MAC Multimedia Classroom Request 384 now
Room features: Capacity: 27 people, Seating type: Computer-based classroom lectures
Software: Microsoft Windows
Group Study Rooms   Learn more
There are 17 group study rooms are available for use by Brooklyn College students, faculty and staff on a first come, first served basis. They must be requested in person to the Circulation Desk, 1st Floor Library.
Group Study Room with Adaptive Technology   Learn more
The following types of speech, magnifying, and print equipment and software are available in Group Study Room 134.
The room may be reserved by calling (718) 951-5335 or upon request at the Circulation Desk. The software listed below is also available on a laptop that can be borrowed from the Circulation Desk and used in any room in the Library. Please call Betty Marcolin, Bridget Nowicki, or Mary Pope at (718) 951-5335 at least 24 hours in advance of need to reserve the laptop. To arrange for training in the use of the Library's adaptive equipment, please call the Director of the Center for Student Disabilities Services, 138 Roosevelt Hall, and (718) 951-5538. To receive assistance with catalog or other Library databases, please contact Prof. Miriam Deutch at (718) 951-5221.
  • JAWS Screen Reading Software converts computer screen text into spoken text.
  • Kurzweil 1000 and 3000 (version 6.0) is scanning software which converts printed or computer text into spoken text.
  • Zoom Text Xtra Level 2 magnifies printed and computer screen text.
  • Dragon Naturally Speaking 6.0 is voice recognition software that allows people to dictate letters and words into word-processing software. Headsets are available at the Circulation Desk.
  • Focus Series Braille Display provides a tactile interface with a personal computer.