People tend to check in during these times:
PSU Library houses over 1.3 million books and thousands of online books, journals, and publications. The building was built in two phases. The one in the back is the original Library built in 1966, and the one at front with the glass surrounding the Copper Beech tree was added at 1...
The basement, 4th and 5th floors are all quiet floors now. Hit those books.
24/7 hours for Dead and Finals Weeks starts Monday, March 11 at 7:30am. Then the library stays open until Thursday, March 21 at midnight. Good luck with finals!
SHUT UP AND GET OFF YOUR PHONE
If the computer lab has a line, do yourself a favor and go find a lab in Cramer or neuburger. :)
Computer labs located first and second floor!
Find a computer in the library with this new feature on the library website: http://library.pdx.edu/m/labstats.php
Innovative Sandbox Come Check It Out!
Quiet rooms are the key to getting a seat in this library.
Students can now print in color in the Learning Ground lab on the first floor of the Library.
US Bank ATM on the 1st floor dispenses $5 bills. Perfect for food cart lunches and those of us who's ATM surcharges are refunded at the end of the month.
Mac users you can also borrow Minidisplay port to DVI adapter at circulation desk.
Don't want to spend $$$ on textbooks. Check the reserve section on the library website or borrowing from summit. (Ask the circulation desk.)
There is a multimedia room for group movie viewing, also check out the practice presentation rooms.
Try not to snore when you fall asleep on your text books. It makes some of us giggle and that makes others kinda upset. LOL!
remember to stretch!
If computers are filled up on the 1st and 2nd floor, theres another computer lab in the basement of Neuberger.
If someone talks on their phone on the 4-5 floors. Tell them to shut up :)
You are now a discordian pope.
Check out the Library's new mobile website!
We recently upgraded wireless in the building. If you're having connectivity problems, check this map, and let us know.
Home to the infamous Lipstick Librarian. Curious? Check this out:
4th and 5th floors are quiet floors!
Inquire about visiting the rare book room to examine some amazing material by Galileo
Wireless network is spotty in this building. Many dead spots. Also, some outlets are without electricity.
The second floor "computer circles" are great for group projects.