Copy & Print Services
The library has two copy machines available for photocopying.
Currently, photocopying is free.
may print from computers located within the library. Printing services
are to be used only for college related work needs. Using college
printing services for non-college related files is a violation of state
ethics laws and college policy.
Librarians are available to assist users with questions and locating information, individual research and use of MnPALS,
the online catalog. The reference desk is staffed during all open
hours, and library users are encouraged to ask for assistance whenever
needed. Please disturb the librarian!!!! You may use the Ask A Librarian service online.
library has 30 study carrels in the Silent Study Room, available on a first
come-first serve basis.
There are 8 group study rooms in the
Inver Hills Library which are available to currently enrolled Inver Hills
Community College students, faculty, and staff. Seven rooms may be booked online
or at the Circulation Desk. The primary purpose of these rooms is to provide a
place for students to engage in collaborative and cooperative study in small
groups. Permanent assignment of rooms is not made to any particular academic
group or social organization. Please read the policies below before booking a
room. L111 is for viewing class films. Students may study
in that room but priority is for students requiring the dvr machine to watch
films on Reserve. If necessary, students studying will be asked to vacate
the room for the film students.
- Students must reserve a group study room either at the
Circulation Desk or online. A library barcode is required to
"check-out" a room; please "check-in" the room when finished.
- Study rooms are for groups of two or more. Individuals
should use the Silent Study Room.
- Rooms may be scheduled for one or two hours at a time and
may be reserved up to two weeks in advance. If your group needs the room
longer than two hours, please check with the staff at the Circulation Desk
to see if we can accommodate your request. However, you must be prepared to
vacate the room immediately at any point after your initial two hours. If
you leave the room early, please make sure you "check-in" at the Circulation
bookings are set at a maximum of 4 hours per week per patron.
- The group study rooms are very popular. Because of this,
if someone is waiting for a room, your reservation will not be held for more
than 15 minutes past the scheduled start time.
- Drinks in covered containers are acceptable. Please
refrain from eating in these rooms.
- Group study rooms are not completely soundproof. Please
be considerate of other library users.
- The student checking out the study room is responsible
for any damages. Replacement fees will be assessed for any damaged
equipment or furniture. Cases of deliberate vandalism or abuse will result in loss of
checkout privileges and may be prosecuted. If a room is already damaged or
inoperable when checked out, notify the Circulation Desk immediately.
- The library is not responsible for the loss or theft of
personal property. If you leave the room unattended, you risk the loss of
- Group study rooms are not available for functions such as
committee meetings, classes, lectures, or seminars.
- All rooms have whiteboard walls; you may write on the
walls using special markers. Please do not use your own markers, pens,
or pencils as these will stain the walls. Ask
at the Circulation Desk for the special markers.
Book your room here!