Worthington Reading Room
A reading room is named in memory of Gertrude V. Worthington, a former ERAU Board of Trustees member for over 20 years and avid supporter of libraries. This rich, warm, and stately environment has oversized leather chairs, large tables with banker’s lamps, and study carrels. As Worthington stated, it “ensures that students have a place to call their own at study time.”
As the hub of the Library, the Computer Commons is a technologically rich environment with 44 computers, scanners and printers. The computers have standard and non-standard university software programs.
This inviting multimedia-ready room seats 20. It has 2 computer projectors and screens used for team briefings and multimedia presentations. A floor-to-ceiling writable surface provides ample space for writing engineering formulas, diagrams, flow charts, and language word conjugations.
Three collaboration rooms seat 12 occupants each. Each room is equipped with computer projectors for multimedia creation and presentation. The ATP Room is named in honor of Aircraft Technical Publishers.
Group Study Rooms
We have 12 private study rooms available for individuals or groups to work together.
Reserving a Room
Many of the rooms above may be reserved ahead of time. They include rooms: 204, 207, 211, 212, 213, 216, 217, 218, 219, 239 241—Group Computer Room, and 248. To learn more about making or to make a reservation, please visit the Hazy Library’s Online Room Reservation.
Testing Center & Open Computing Lab
The Testing Center & Open Computing Lab (Room 232) is the campus Testing Center and has computers to develop video and multimedia projects. The lab is open to all students, staff and faculty for general computing as well as video, audio or photo editing or production needs when the Testing Center is not open. When the Testing Center is open, please check with the Testing Administrator for availability. More information on the Testing Center is available in ERNIE.
Research Instruction Room
This classroom (Room 123) is designed with 40 computers and an instructor station. The Reference/Instruction Librarians teach students how to locate, evaluate, and use information in the Information Literacy Program. When not in use, the room is available as an open computing lab for students.
Open tables and comfortable soft seating are available throughout the building for individual reading and study and for groups working together. Panoramic views of the mountains and horizons provide a light airy environment.