The James E. Walker Library supports the academic needs of students by providing library materials, technology and services in an environment that is conducive to studying, research, and other scholarly activity, including collaborative work among students.
Code of Conduct and Consequences
All library users are expected to adhere to all university policies including the Student Code of Conduct (https://www.mtsu.edu/student-conduct/) and the True Blue Pledge (https://www.mtsu.edu/trueblue/pledge.php). The following behaviors are not what is expected of MTSU students and will not be tolerated under any conditions:
Failure to comply with any part of this library policy may result in an order to leave the building, campus disciplinary action, and/or legal prosecution. MTSU campus police may be called at the discretion of the Walker Library administrative staff.
To help maintain this learning environment, please observe the following:
Food, Drink, and Tobacco
In response to student requests, the Library has designated Quiet Zones on the third and fourth floors of the Library.
Quiet Zone Locations
Quiet Zone Policies
What to Do if a Quiet Zone is Too Noisy
Questions about Library Quiet Zones may be directed to the Service Desk at (615) 898-2817 (option 1).
Purpose and Scope: This policy describes the group study room reservation process.
Policy Statement: The Library provides group study rooms for current MTSU students, faculty, and staff to reserve.
Related Policies: Presentation Practice Room Reservation Policy, Meeting Spaces Reservation Policy, Graduate Research Carrels Policy
Responsible Unit: Service Desk/Library Administrative Office
Date: June 26, 2013
July 16, 2018
Questions about group study reservations may be directed to the Service Desk at (615) 898-2817 (option 1).
Meeting Place 2 is a partially enclosed, reservable space in room 248 on the library 2nd floor. It is equipped with a reconfigurable conference table and movable whiteboard partitions. A Mac or PC laptop is available for checkout and may be hooked up to a wall-mounted large-screen monitor. Meeting Place 2 is recommended for 8-16 people. Make a reservation for Meeting Place 2.
Available for 1-3 hour reservations (no renewals)
Room Use Policies and Guidelines:
AVAILABLE MEETING PLACE EQUIPMENT
Check out from Technology Services Desk:In a kit:
Meeting Place Equipment Fines and Costs Policy:
Technical Support – Call (615) 898-5666 for support:
The Presentation Practice Room allows students to practice and record presentations. The purpose of this space is for practicing and refining presentations for classes, seminars, conference presentations, thesis defense, etc. The room is not intended to be used to actually host seminars. Make a Reservation.
Available for 1 or 2 hour reservations per day (no renewals)
Room Use Policies and Guidelines:
AVAILABLE PRESENTATION PRACTICE ROOM EQUIPMENT
Check out from MakerSpace:
Presentation Room Equipment Fines and Costs Policy:
Technical Support – Call 615-904-8526 for support:
Revisions: July 16, 2018
Goals of the Exhibit Program
Requesting Library Exhibit Space
Available Exhibit Spaces
Books and other items held in Special Collections can be fragile, old, unique, and often of considerable monetary value. They require careful handling as well as a stable and secure environment. Please observe these rules when using Special Collections: