The Helmerich Collaborative Learning Center is a technology enabled, collaborative space where students can work together in groups. In this space, students can learn to create information, to explore it visually, and to synthesize it in new and different ways. Visit the Bookmark Café to grab a cup of coffee, and talk with a professor, colleague, or with friends.
The community room is at the heart of the Helmerich Collaborative Learning Center and is designed for special events that engage the University community. The space will be open for library visitors when not scheduled for an event.
The Helmerich Collaborative Learning Center Classroom supports groups of up to 48 individuals at 8 round tables. A centrally located instructor’s station allows for full control of the technology from a single Crestron panel.
There are eight collaborative study rooms located in the Helmerich Collaborative Learning Center. These rooms are technology enabled to help facilitate group study projects. Rooms can be reserved by OU Students in person or online.
Consultations @ OU Libraries supports collaborative, cross- disciplinary research using emerging technologies. Through workshops, consultation, and training, the Digital Scholarship Specialist helps faculty and graduate students identify innovative digital tools and resources that build on traditional research and teaching methods.
Visit the friendly Baristas at the Bookmark Café located on Lower Level 1 of Bizzell Memorial Library. The Café features a variety of coffee beverages including Starbucks coffees and teas, pastries, bagels, fruit, and Cow on the Fly items. During regular semester hours, the Café is open until 1 hour before Bizzell closes.
Contact the bookmark via 405-325-6168.
Patrons have access to Windows and Apple computers. The computers come with a variety of software applications that are available to students.
Display monitors are available for instructors students to access as a digital demonstration device. These devices are available throughout the library rooms.
Laptops are available in Windows or Apple options. These devices are portable and come with a variety of software applications.
Printers are available for instructors and students throughout the library. The printers can be used to print documents by accessing a library computer that is wirelessly connected to the device.
Scanners are generally located in computer stations in the library. The flatbed scanners are a great way to scan and deliver documents through a computer.
Wi-Fi access is available in all rooms of the library. Instructors and students can access the internet by wirelessly connecting to the University's wi-fi network.