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Your Liaison Librarians
A library liaison is a librarian who has been formally designated as the primary contact person between the Linscheid Library and assigned academic departments at East Central University. This person serves as a contact for assistance with, or information about, any library service or issue. In other words, the liaison fosters two-way communication between the library and the university.
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Financial Literacy Resources
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Reserve a Study Room
*Due to inadequate air circulation in the study rooms and current social distancing practices, all study rooms are temporarily unavailable.*
Group and Individual Study Rooms:
- Located on the the 2nd and 3rd floors of the library
- Group rooms can seat 6-8 people
- Individual rooms can seat 2-3 people
- Whiteboards in every room
- Projection equipment available for checkout
- Can be booked up to two weeks in advance
Ways to book a study room:
- Make a reservation online
- Call the Reference Desk: (580) 559-5371
- In person at the Reference Desk (3rd floor) or Collection Services Office (2nd floor)
Digital Humanities Lab
Located on the second floor of Linscheid Library, this lab was build with funds from the NASNTI HERITAGE grant program.
Students can use the book scanner and one of the 12 iMacs anytime the library is open, as long as the lab is not reserved for a class.
- Large format and 3D printing privileges are reserved for pre-approved projects. Talk to your instructor or liaison librarian to get access to printing.
- A flash drive is required to save documents. Bring your own, or check one out from the Circulation Desk.
Instructors can talk to their liaison librarian about booking the lab for classroom use.
Community organizations wishing to use the space should contact email@example.com.
*Due to social distancing practices, the DHL iMacs are currently available by appointment only.*
Click here to reserve time on an iMac.
See the Digital Humanities Lab page to learn more.