Use of East Asia Library Classroom (SML 207) and Seminar Room (SML 218)
The meeting facilities of the East Asia Library provide space within the library for teaching and collaboration. The primary purpose of these spaces is to support scheduled classes, programs, and events related to East Asian Studies and these activities take precedence over other requests. Additionally, these spaces support the work of the Yale University Library, serving as meeting space for committees and working groups. These spaces are also available on a select basis to support teaching and collaboration of other Yale programs. When not in use for these activities, the rooms will be available on a first-come, first-served basis to students. Students will need to vacate the rooms during planned events. A schedule will be posted in each room indicating when the space is reserved.
How to schedule
All requests to schedule events must be reviewed and approved by library staff before they are final. Requests will be approved during regular business hours Monday-Friday, so please plan in advance. Please send your request via https://web.library.yale.edu/form/east-asia-rooms-reservations or request a booking via Outlook by inviting SML RM 207 or SML RM 218 to your meeting.
Users are responsible for computer or laptop set up and making any arrangements for additional audio/visual equipment in the classroom. Users are expected to treat the classroom facilities with respect, return them to their typical set up after use, and report any problems immediately. If participants from non-Yale institutions will be in attendance, plan accordingly to make your own arrangements for their access into the Yale-community section of SML.
|SML 207 is equipped with a permanent computer workstation, projector, VCR and DVD player. The capacity is 20 people.|
|SML 218 is larger and equipped with an overhead projector and two speakers. The capacity is 30 people.|
If you would like to have a reserved shelf in the East Asia Reading Room (EARR), please send your request with your name, status, department, and number of shelves to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please note that the reserved shelves in the EARR are limited to faculty and graduate students in the fields related to East Asian Studies.
East Asia Library Reserved Shelves Book Delivery