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Three rooms are available for the presentation of SCRC materials to Syracuse University students and other groups. Faculty members who wish to teach in the Lemke Seminar Room are required to attend a brief orientation session prior to their class session. For larger groups, SCRC staff members are available to present materials in the Hillyer and Spector rooms.

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Antje Bultmann Lemke Seminar Room photo

Antje Bultmann Lemke Seminar Room

Capacity: 20

The Antje Bultmann Lemke Seminar Room provides a classroom setting specifically designed for presentation of collection materials to small groups.

Located adjacent to the SCRC Reading Room on the sixth floor of E. S. Bird Library, the Lemke Seminar Room is equipped with state-of-the-art audiovisual technology to allow close examination of SCRC materials. Technology includes a high-definition Wolfvision document camera that projects images onto a 65-inch high-resolution LCD display equipped with SmartPanel technology. Using SmartPanel, faculty can annotate images of rare items with digital ink and save the resulting image files for further review.

Lemke Room Policy [PDF]

Spector Room, Bird 608

Spector Room, Bird 608

Capacity: 40

Note: Only available for SCRC "Class Presentations." For faculty-led sessions see the Lemke Room above.

Standard set-up includes auditorium-style seating, projection screen, and Internet connection.

Spector Room Policy [PDF]

Hillyer Room, Bird 606 photo

Hillyer Room, Bird 606

Capacity: 39

Note: Only available for SCRC "Class Presentations." For faculty-led sessions see the Lemke Room above.

Standard set-up includes auditorium-style seating, projection screen, and Internet connection.

Hillyer Room Policy [PDF]

Belfer Classroom, Belfer 103

Belfer Classroom, Belfer 103

Capacity: 25

Note: Only available for SCRC "Class Presentations." For faculty-led sessions see the Lemke Room above.

The Belfer Classroom is equipped with state-of-the-art audiovisual technology. Technology includes a networked workstation, SMARTboard projection system, a DVD/VHS Combo and BluRay player, 3 gaming systems, and a 7.1 Surround Sound system.  The SMARTboard projection system is touchscreen capable allowing users to highlight and annotate images and text on the screen faculty can annotate images and interact with presentations.

Belfer Classroom Policy [PDF]

Time Schedule

SCRC sessions may be scheduled between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m., Monday through Friday. Priority in scheduling will be given to Syracuse University faculty, graduate teaching assistants, and library subject librarians.

For more information on teaching with SCRC materials, see our Teach Using Special Collections page.

To make reservations for a class, please contact us at scrc@syr.edu or call 315.443.2697.