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General Policies (applies to all rooms and equipment)

  • Do not move furniture into or out of the room
  • Do not leave your belongings in the room unattended
  • Maintain a reasonable noise level that will not disturb other library users
  • Leave the room in the condition in which it was found

 

  • The Library reserves the right  to insist on the immediate vacation of the room and withdrawal of privileges associated with the use of the rooms (or any other areas of the Library) should the behavior be considered inappropriate
  • The Library reserves the right to cancel reservations at any time, including but not limited to inappropriate use of space or equipment

 

  • Reservations are considered canceled if the user is 15 or more minutes late to his or her scheduled time
  • Rooms and technology must be reserved at least 24 hours in advance
  • Reservations are only available to current students, faculty, and staff of the University of Idaho

Group Study Room Policies

  • Group study rooms must be used by groups of two or more people.
  • Available to public during all open hours 
  • Rooms remain unlocked when not reserved, availability will be on a first come, first served basis
  • Reservations must be made 24 hours in advance
  • Rooms can be booked up to one week in advance
  • Book for 1 hour minimum, 3 hours maximum  
  • Maximum number of hours a person may book in a week – 9 hours (total, not per room)
  • Schedule posted on each room each morning

Upcoming Workshops

Sep
19
11:30am - 12:30pm, Main Library, University of Idaho - Moscow campus.
Sep
26
12:30pm - 1:30pm, Main Library, University of Idaho - Moscow campus.

A/V Lab Policies

  • Students can book six weeks in advance
  • There are no limitations to the number of reservations students can make in a week
  • Students will check out the key to the AV room at the Circulation Desk, at which time they will assume responsibility for equipment located in the room (they will receive a checklist of items). They should inspect the items upon arriving in the AV Lab and let staff know if anything appears to be broken or missing. When they check the key back in, the room should be checked to make sure nothing was broken or taken during that reservation. 
  • No food or drink in the AV Lab
  • Use of the AV Lab is limited to currently affiliated students, staff, and faculty at the University of Idaho
  • Policies and procedures may be changed at any time at the discretion of MILL representatives

3D Printer Policies

  • Standard procedure is to build in a half hour buffer before and after printing to accommodate file manipulation and cooling; take reservation estimated time and add one hour.
  • If a project fails mid-print, students or staff (if the student is not present) can evaluate the time left in the reservation and attempt a re-print, or, if necessary, schedule a new booking. For example, if a four hour print fails in the second hour, a new reservation will need to be made so as not to inconvenience the next printer. 
  • Students can book six weeks in advance
  • Students are limited to one reservation per week, unless they are rescheduling a print reservation for a failed print
  • 3D printing use is prioritized by current affiliation with the University of Idaho. Community patrons interested in learning more about 3D printing should email Kristin Henrich at khenrich@uidaho.edu 
  • Policies and procedures may be changed at any time at the discretion of MILL representatives