Technology and Spaces

Services listed below are for Merrill-Cazier Library in Logan. For information about library spaces and technology available at other campuses, see all library locations.

Technology in the Library

Computer Labs

Two computer labs are located in the Merrill-Cazier Library, the Information Commons (IC) North and South Labs, and the Sci-Tech Lab. For a list of available software see USU IT's Lab Software List.

Tech Available for Checkout

Laptops, iPads, calculators, webcams, and more are available for checkout. Most items can be checked out for 3 hours. See the full list of technology and equipment for more information.

3D Printers, Pen, and Scanner

Two UPBOX+ 3D printers, a 3D pen, and 3D scanner can be used by USU students and staff. Objects can be printed up to a volume of 25.5 x 20.5 x 20.5 cm (10" x 8" x 8") for $.05 per gram or $.15 per 3-foot filament.

To use, visit the Emerging Tech Area located in Information Commons South.

Printing, Scanning, Copying

Learn about library printers, scanners, and copy machines available in the Library, including printing options and cost.

Media and Tech Spaces

Virtual Reality (VR) Lab

The VR Lab provides a unique space for experimenting with virtual reality as a tool for teaching, learning, and design.

Learn more about the VR Lab.

One Button Recording Studio

The One Button Studio is an easy-to-use recording studio. Located in First Level South, Room 108.

Reserve the One Button Studio

Disability Resource Center Room

Provides screen-reading software and tools. Located in Room 114, First Level North.

Contact the Disability Resource Center for access.

Recording Studio (Room 202F)

Soundproof recording studio with PC/Mac, micophone, and recording software. For faculty/staff use only.

Reserve Room 202F

Audio/Video Viewing Room

Provides DVD Player, VCR and other devices for viewing library media. Located in Room 158K, First Level West.

See the Circulation Desk to access.

Study Rooms and Family Spaces

Group Study Rooms

Over forty study rooms are available for student use in the library. Study rooms can be reserved for 2-hour blocks up to 2 days in advance. 

Reserve a study room online.

Family Room

A large study space with toys and games to support students and their children. Located in Room 158G, First Floor West.

See the Circulation Desk to access.

Alert
Note the Family Room is currently closed for rennovations.

Infant Care and Lactation Room

A sanitary room provided for  visitors caring for infants. Located in Room 139, First Floor West.

Room does not need to be reserved.

Classrooms and Meeting Spaces

Merrill-Cazier Library has several spaces that can be reserved for meetings and other events by USU students, faculty and staff, and other campus or public groups. Fees may apply. To request library instruction classrooms, see library.usu.edu/instruct/rooms.

Room/Space Description Capacity How to Reserve
Room 101 Large meeting space with computer/projector and flexible seating and table arrangements. A lapel mic, presentation clicker, and camera remote are also available at the circulation desk.  100 Contact Breanna VanDyke at breanna.vandyke@usu.edu
Room 154 Lecture-style classroom space with computer/projector. Zoom and IVC/Broadcast capable. 95 Visit scheduling.usu.edu
Room 208 Faculty seminar room with computer, large monitor, projector, and whiteboard. Zoom capable. For faculty/staff use only.  15 Reserve Room 208
Foyer Table Open foyer area at entrance of library building. Table and 2 chairs provided. For approved USUSA club, USU class or department use only. 2 Reserve the Foyer table

To Request a Room using scheduling.usu.edu:

  1. Go to scheduling.usu.edu.
  2. Log in with your A# and password.
  3. Click on Locations
  4. Scroll down to Merrill-Cazier Library
  5. Select the room you want and complete the reservation.

Your reservation will be reviewed and is not complete until the library approves the request and sends you a confirmation.

For questions regarding reservations:

Room 101, Room 154 and Foyer Table: Contact Breanna VanDyke at breanna.vandyke@usu.edu

Room 208: Contact Trina Shelton at trina.shelton@usu.edu