Information Skills (IS) Lab

Information Skills (IS) Lab




The library Information Skills (IS) Lab is a computer lab located in the middle of the 2nd floor which is used for conducting information literacy classes. When the lab is not being used for classes, students are free to use the computers and space in the lab. The location of the lab can be found on the Directions page.




Priority scheduling of the Information Skills (IS) Lab is for library faculty to conduct information literacy instruction or library related presentations. The Information Skills (IS) Lab does not appear in the university’s classroom and venue reservation system, and as a result, the lab is not available for semester long scheduling of classes.


Scheduling of the Information Skills (IS) Lab for non-library instruction related purposes requires the approval of the Library Director. Prior to submitting a reservation request with the Director, please utilize the university’s classroom reservation system to exhaust all other possibilities for computer lab space.


Examples of non-library instruction-related scheduling include:


  • General university testing, such as general education assessment.
  • One time sessions where an OLLU class requires computers for testing.
  • One time presentations where prospective students or visiting groups require computer use.
  • Other scenarios at the discretion of the Library Director.