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Student Worker Manual

IDEAS Student Employee Manual

Library Floor Maps

Snell Lower Level
The lower (basement) level of the library is split into two section, both accessible through different entrances.

The entrance to the Snell Library Basement Classrooms (SL 001 – 049) can be found on the front patio outside of the Snell Library main entrance. Unlike most other Snell Library locations classrooms are not accessible inside the library proper.
 

 
The other section of the lower level is accessible via the main stairwell inside Snell Library. This stairwell can be found directly past the library main entrance gates. 
 

 
This section of the lower level houses our Archives and Special Collections Department (SL 092). This department preserves material such as local historical records and works published my NEU students and faculty throughout the years. Archive staff are available remotely weekdays from 8:30- 5:00 pm. For more detailed information about this department, please refer to the library website (Services -> Archives and Special Collections).

Across from Archives you will find the International Tutoring Center (SL 088). This room is utilized by NEU tutors to assist global students with learning and improving their English language skills, among over things. 
 
Between these two rooms sits our large seminar room (090) in which special events or lectures may be hosted. NEU Faculty or staff may book this space through the Dean's Office to host events for the NEU community. 

Snell 1st Floor
The 1st floor of the library, like the lower level, is split between a classroom space and a library space. Also like the lower level, these spaces are accessed via separate entrances.

If someone is looking for Snell Library Classrooms (SL 107-125), then they must use the entrance on the western side of the building, near Snell Engineering. If one is facing the main entrance to the library, this classroom entrance can be found around the right side of the patio

 
However, if someone is seeking general library access, they need only to use the Snell Library main entrance; accessible up the stairs from the circular library quad.

 
Snell 2nd Floor
 
The 2nd floor of the library is accessible via the main staircase and elevators.

DMC and 3D Printing Studio
The first space you find upon entering the floor will be the Digital Media Commons (DMC). This title encompasses most of the study area on the floor and includes the DMC Help Desk as well as five DMC Group Study Rooms (DMC 1-5). These spaces are managed, staffed and supervised by the ITS department.

Next to the DMC desk is the 3D Printing StudioThis self-managed space is where students and other NEU affiliates can utilize 3D Printing capability for their projects. For more information on the 3D Studio, or to book and appointment, see the library website.
 
RECORDING STUDIOS (DMC Studios, SL 202 and 203)
On the far side of the 3D Printing Studio are the Recording Studios. There are Audio and Video recording available, as well as equipment for recording and conducting studio session that can be loaned out to patrons. Cehc out https://library.northeastern.edu/services/recording-studios for more information on how patrons can book rooms or equipment for recording.
 
DIGITAL SCHOLARSHIP COMMONS (SL 211)
Taking a right out of the main staircase can lead a patron to the Digital Scholarship Commons. The Digital Scholarship Commons is a collaborative, interdisciplinary environment where faculty and doctoral students engaged in research and instruction and share best practices in the use of technology and information resources to support a wide range of research and instructional needs. It is only open to faculty, staff, and graduate students are requires a Husky card to gain access. This is where the Digital Scholarship Group, the Center for Advanced Teaching and Learning through Research, and Academic Technology Services is housed.
 
Data Visualization and GIS (SL 243)
Students can visit this office to meet with our GIS and Data Visualization specialists. There are bookmarks at the H&I Desk with information about this department's services. They do not help with statistical analysis. 
 
Bloomberg Terminals (Hallway behind 3D Printer)
These computer terminals enable patrons in the financial service sector and other industries to access the Bloomberg Professional service through which users can monitor and analyze real-time financial market data and place trades on the electronic trading platform.
 
ITS 2nd Floor Help Desk
This is the upstairs help desk for ITS where patrons should take hardware questions, repair requests, and other ITS questions that are not about checking out AV materials.
 

Snell 3rd Floor

The 3rd floor of the library is accessible via the main staircase and elevators. Previously the location for the library stacks, the third floor is currently being used for study space. There are also graduate study rooms, the Office of the Library Dean, and the offices for Information Technology Services. 

Snell 4th Floor

The fourth floor accessible via the main staircase and elevators. It has a number of graduate study rooms, a library meeting room, vending machines, the designated phone space, and lactation room. While we do not enforce silent spaces, the fourth floor is generally recommended for quiet, individual study.