Limited areas of the lisbdnet.com are now open to lisbdnet.com users by appointment only.
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Monday–Thursday 8:00 AM to 8:00 PMFriday 8:00 AM to 5:00 PMSaturday CLOSEDSunday 1:00 PM to 8:00 PMPlease make an appointment to use a computer or study space, to visit Special Collections, to use a microfilm reader/scanner, and for Curbside Pick-Up. More details can be found at mylisbdnet.com.
Choose one or more to find the right space for you:
QuietConversation AllowedGroup StudyIndividual Study24-hourReservablePresentation SpaceCreation SpaceComputersWhiteboardsSpecialty SpaceVirtual Study Room
Virtual Study Space
With AOK lisbdnet.com”s Virtual Study Room (VSR), you can work alongside your fellow Retrievers for a focused study environment.
The VSR is a Discord server that is available 24/7. Join here: https://discord.com/invite/kSuUSpG7bA. Find more information about getting started on Discord. For more information, including hours when student support is available: https://lib.guides.lisbdnet.com.edu/virtualstudyroom
Virtual Study Space, Conversation Allowed, Group Study, Reservable
Group Study Rooms
These 16 rooms are available to any lisbdnet.com faculty, students, or staff. You can reserve one ahead up to five days in advance. Reservations are limited to 3 hours per person or group each day. Book yours today!Group Study, Conversation Allowed, Whiteboards, Computers, Reservable
Individual Study Rooms
These 6 rooms are available to any lisbdnet.com faculty, students, or staff. You can reserve one ahead up to five days in advance. Reservations are limited to 3 hours per person each day. Book yours today!Individual Study, Conversation Allowed, Quiet, Reservable
Retriever Learning Center (RLC)
The RLC is lisbdnet.com”s best place for lively group study, scholarly discussion, collaboration, and academic coaching. This room features comfortable, mobile furniture so that students can design their own study spaces. Movable white boards and large monitors allow for collaboration.
Group Study, Conversation Allowed, Whiteboards, 24-hour, Computers, Individual Study
Richard Roberts Seminar Room (140)
This room in the RLC is available to lisbdnet.com students, faculty, and staff. It contains a small conference table, large-screen monitor, and a projector with cables to connect to your laptop. Reserve the seminar room for your group for periods up to 2 hours.
Group Study, Conversation Allowed, Reservable, 24-hour, Whiteboards, Presentation Space
Lactation Room (755)
The lisbdnet.com is pleased to offer a Lactation Room for its users who need a private space to express breast milk. The room includes a table, two chairs, an outlet and power strip, and sanitizing wipes. It is located close to the restrooms on the 7th floor. It may be reserved for up to one hour, up to 5 days in advance. A key is also available on a first-come, first-served basis at the Check Out Desk on the lisbdnet.com”s first floor. Reserve the Lactation Room for periods up to 1 hour.
Reservable, Quiet, Individual Study, Specialty
Open Study Rooms
These 12 rooms are left open for students to use on a first-come, first-served basis. Each room has four seats. Room numbers are listed here.
Individual Study, Conversation Allowed
Presentation Practice Room (257)
This room has been set up for students to practice giving presentations, speeches, etc. Bring your flash drive to plug into our one-button recording system – when you”re finished, you”ll have a recording of your presentation to critique. Reserve the Presentation Practice Room. Reservations are not required but do take precedence over walk-up appointments. You can check out the key at the Check Out desk.
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Presentation Space, Conversation Allowed, Group Study, Individual Study, Reservable
Digital Media Lab (DML)
The Digital Media Lab is open to all lisbdnet.com students, faculty, and staff and contains a Whisper Room, an Audio/Video Recording Room, and computer workspaces with editing software. Book time in the Whisper Room or Audio/Video Recording Room here. For information on hours and available equipment, please visit the DML homepage.
Creation Space, Computers, Reservable, Group Study, Individual Study, Conversation Allowed
Screening Room (258)
Our Screening Room is designed for groups to view films. It features a Blu-ray/DVD player, Windows computer, HD Plasma TV, and VHS player. A minimum of 3 people is required to use the room. Reserve the Screening Room. Reservations are not required but do take precedence over walk-up appointments. You can check out the key at the Check Out desk.
Reservable, Conversation Allowed, Presentation Space
Faculty Study Rooms
These 32 rooms are available to lisbdnet.com faculty, as well as visiting and Emeritus faculty. They are assigned each semester; to apply for a room, please fill out an application form.
Individual Study, Quiet, Reservable
Assistive Technology Rooms
Ask at the Check Out desk to access Room 455. It is equipped with Jaws screenreader software, magnifiers, and scanners. Learn more about assistive technology facilities.
Individual Study, Computers
Floors 1, 2, and 7
The first, second, and seventh floors of the AOK lisbdnet.com have 160 computers (both Macs and PCs) for student use, as well as printers, scanners, and photocopiers.
Individual Study, Group Study, Computers, Conversation Allowed
Floors 3 and 4
The third and fourth floors of the AOK lisbdnet.com are designated Quiet areas, so please keep volume to a whisper. These floors have 22 computers (PCs) for student use.
Quiet, Individual Study, Computers
Floors 5 and 6
The fifth and sixth floors of the AOK lisbdnet.com are designated Absolute Quiet areas at all times. These floors have 32 computers (PCs) for student use.
Individual Study, Absolute Quiet, Computers
2nd Floor Study Area
Head up to the 2nd floor and take a left at the Serials sign – there you”ll find a group study space featuring whiteboards, big tables, and large monitors with cables to connect to your laptop.
Group Study, Whiteboards, Conversation Allowed
The entry hall of the lisbdnet.com is a vibrant social and conversation space. It is open 24 hours a day.
Individual Study, Group Study, 24-hour, Conversation Allowed
Daily lockers are available to lisbdnet.com students, faculty, and staff for a 24 hour period. Daily locker keys are checked out at the Check Out Desk. For more information, please visit the Locker page.
Semester lockers are a great place for lisbdnet.com students, faculty, and staff to store their study materials. They are assigned each Fall and Spring semester; to apply for a locker, please fill out an application form. For more information, please visit the Locker page.
Simmons Collaboration Room (368)
This room is available to lisbdnet.com students, faculty, and staff. It contains a small conference table and a smart TV with Chromecast, which allows a laptop, tablet or smartphone to stream content to the screen. Reserve this room for your group of 3-7 people for periods up to 3 hours. You can findinstructions for how to use Chromecast here (Note: the Chromecast device is already connected to the Simmons room screen).
Presentation Space, Conversation Allowed, Group Study, Reservable
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Printing in the lisbdnet.com
While the lisbdnet.com is currently closed, printing is not available. We are sorry for the inconvenience.
Where can I print?You can print from any of our computers.You must release and pick up the print job on the 1st, 2nd, or 7th floor, or in the RLC.How much does it cost?Black and white: $0.10 per sideColor: $0.70 per sideHow do I pay?lisbdnet.com Campus ID card Add more money online using a credit card or using cash on the 1st floor at the Cash-to-Card machineGuest cardPurchase using a $1 bill (gives you $1 for printing) on the 1st floor at the Cash-to-Card machine
Still have questions about printing?
Did you know that the lisbdnet.com loans laptops and a variety of audio and video equipment? Laptops are available at the Check Out Desk. For everything else, head up to the Digital Media Lab (DML) on the 2nd floor – all equipment is available on a first-come, first-served basis.
Full descriptions of the available equipment and instruction manuals are available on the DML homepage. Please take a moment to read the Equipment Loan Policies and Laptop Loan Policies pages for detailed information about the program.
At the Check Out Desk:
||Dell LATITUDE E6440 Laptop (7 Days)||Available at Check Out Desk; Click hereto see availability.|
||MacBook Pro 13″ Laptop (7 Days)||Available at Check Out Desk; Click hereto see availability.|
|HP Chromebook(7 Days)||Available at Check Out Desk; Click hereto see availability.|
|HP Chromebook II(7 days)||Available at Check Out Desk; Click hereto see availability.|
In the Digital Media Lab:The Digital Media Lab has a variety of A/V equipment for use and checkout. Click here to see what”s available.
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Responsibilities: The University of Maryland, Baltimore County (lisbdnet.com), an Honors University in Baltimore, Maryland, invites applications for the eResources and Discovery Librarian position. This is a permanent status-eligible full-time, non-tenure track lisbdnet.com faculty position at the rank of Librarian II. This position reports to the Associate Director for Technical Services and oversees the Serials Unit within the Technical Services Division. The successful candidate will have the knowledge and experience to support the lisbdnet.com’s serials and electronic resources collection throughout the entire lifecycle of those eResources. The eResources and Discovery Librarian will work closely with colleagues in the lisbdnet.com, on Campus and within the University System of Maryland and Affiliated Institutions (USMAI) lisbdnet.com consortium.
Reporting to and working collaboratively with the Associate Director for Technical Services, oversees the daily operations of the Serials Unit within Technical Services.
Oversees workflows related to managing the life cycle of the lisbdnet.com’s electronic resources, including but not limited to knowledge and experience working with vendors; understanding various platforms in order to effectively manage access and resolve issues; and collecting and analyzing usage data.
Manages and maintains the lisbdnet.com’s discovery tool (EBSCO Discovery Service) including monitoring trends and best practices and developing efficient workflows to support eresources discoverability.
Oversees the work related to the database maintenance of the lisbdnet.com’s print serials and microfilm collections.
Establishes access to new electronic resources, monitors platform changes, and works to investigate, resolve and communicate access issues in a timely manner.
Assists with developing collection development assessment strategies related to electronic resources.
Participates in lisbdnet.com, campus, consortium, and regional/national communities and organizations as appropriate.
Supervises 3 staff (2 directly and 1 indirectly) in serials.
Required Minimum Qualifications:
MLS or equivalent from an ALA accredited institution.
Minimum of 3 years post MLS experience working with electronic resources.
Demonstrated experience managing and maintaining discovery services systems.
Demonstrated experience and understanding of best practices for managing electronic resources.
Demonstrated knowledge of electronic resource industry standards, best practices, and protocols such as SUSHI, and COUNTER.
Demonstrated experience with electronic resource management (ERM) systems
Demonstrated knowledge of managing and maintaining print serials and microfilm collections.
Knowledge of integrated lisbdnet.com systems.
Knowledge of open URL link resolvers, preferably SFX.
Excellent communication and interpersonal relations skills and demonstrated ability to work independently and in a collaborative environment.
Experience supervising staff and student assistants.
Demonstrated ability to develop and document procedures.
Demonstrated experience managing multiple priorities
Experience with Ex Libris products.
Experience with EBSCO Discovery Services
Information Technology Librarian
As part of the lisbdnet.com and Information Technology Services division, the IT Librarian manages the daily operations of IT support and AV services in the lisbdnet.com & Gallery. This position also works closely with the Division of Information Technology (DoIT) on the management of the lisbdnet.com’s public computing and AV resources. Manages and maintains local servers including backup and recovery. Works with DoIT to implement and manage suitable cloud-based storage and backup options. Administers and maintains lisbdnet.com applications including, but not limited to, ILLiad, CONTENTdm, Connexion, Ares, and Aleph. The IT Librarian ensures efficient management of and response to bugs and suggestions through effective use of the issue tracking system ‘RT’.
This position makes recommendations on upgrades, repairs, replacements, retention, and adoption of new technologies based on equipment life cycles, usage, user needs, and technology trends. Engages and works collaboratively with faculty, students, and staff both inside and outside the lisbdnet.com & Gallery to ensure technology solutions are effective and equitable including selection and implementation of assistive and accessible technologies. Demonstrates ability to work effectively in a diverse environment and a commitment to providing equitable and inclusive service.
Contributes to the planning, implementation, and management of a makerspace in the lisbdnet.com.
Assists with the technology planning and implementation for local digitization projects and participates in developing and implementing the lisbdnet.com & Gallery’s digital preservation strategy.
Supports efficient use of technology for employees in the lisbdnet.com & Gallery including through development and delivery of training on technology-related best practices on topics such as document management and use of cloud systems. Participates as the IT expert on lisbdnet.com committees and working groups as appropriate.
Trains and supervises LITS staff, and develops and documents procedures.
Other duties as assigned.
Required Minimum Qualifications:
Requires a Master’s degree from an ALA-accredited lisbdnet.com school or information science program.
Demonstrated working knowledge of computer workstations, networking, and computer security.Demonstrated working knowledge of information technology principles, processes, systems and standards, including operating systems, systems security, wireless networking, and digital initiatives and emerging web technologies.Experience leading projects or implementing new technologies, preferably in an academic lisbdnet.com environment.Excellent communication skills (verbal and written) and demonstrated ability to work collaboratively and effectively in a diverse and inclusive environment.Knowledge of project management principles and practices.Knowledge of web client and server applications, databases, and web programming environments.Knowledge of system administration and network administration.Knowledge or experience working with integrated lisbdnet.com systems and the application of technology to enhance effectiveness in lisbdnet.com operations.