During the COVID-19 pandemic, the Library Learning Center is closed. For more information about using the library please visit our Fall 2020: What to Expect at the Library guide.
The Library Learning Center (LLC) is primarily used for educational purposes, including information literacy instruction, training or workshops, study tables, and meetings that require technology. It is overseen and scheduled by the library.
The Library Learning Center can be booked by current UIS students, faculty, and staff. Booking requests can be made through the public calendar, are mediated by library staff, and are approved on a first-come first-serve basis. The public calendar is unavailable during the first 2 weeks of each semester, as bookings for information literacy instruction have precedence during this time.
To reserve the use of a room or facility within the library, please refer to our Space Requests page.
Student Organizations wanting to use the space should first submit their event request through the UIS Connection system. While doing so, select the Library Learning Center (BRK 230A) as your location. The request for the space will then be reviewed through UIS Connection.
The person that made the reservation is responsible for the condition of the room.
Do not move library furniture into study rooms or study room furniture out.
The room is not completely soundproof. Please be considerate. Voices should be kept at conversational levels.
Do not leave the room unattended. The library is not responsible for the loss or theft of personal property. Items left unattended will be placed in lost and found.
Food and Drink Policy:
Food and covered drinks are permitted, with some restrictions. Be considerate of those using the room after your group and clean up after your group.
Catered events are not permitted without prior approval. Please contact Library Administration to discuss catering approval at 217-206-6597.
Reservations will be cancelled if a group fails to show within the first 45 mins of the start of the reservation.