Librarians at St. Catherine University Libraries teach hundreds of classes in Library Instruction Room 110, and their teaching is integral to the University’s mission to develop ethical, reflective, and socially responsible leaders.
On the St. Paul campus, Library Instruction Room 110 is the room librarians use to teach St. Kate’s students, faculty, and staff how to utilize library resources for their research and study. The room is equipped with 30 computers, a teaching computer, a screen and projector, and a whiteboard.
Librarians teach over 200 classes a year, so library instruction is the priority in Library Instruction Room 110. Faculty and staff can reserve Library Instruction Room 110 by asking one of the St. Kate’s subject librarians. However, keep these things in mind:
When no instruction is taking place in Library Instruction Room 110, students, faculty, and staff may utilize the computers.
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