Instruction Room Policies (Oxford Campus)

The Miami University Libraries' instruction facilities provide for formal and informal hands-on instruction by trained information professionals. These facilities provide a venue in which students, faculty, and staff can learn to effectively create and use information technology and resources. These facilities feature a full complement of multimedia software.





Inez Kamm Instruction Room

110 King Library

35 Workstations(Mac), Collaborative Space

Thunder Seminar Room

114 King Library

Collaborative Space, Electronic Whiteboard System, bring your own device

King Library Presentation Room

320 King Library

Large, Reconfigurable Space, located next to the Walter Havighurst Special Collections

Center for Information Management

112 King Library

38 Workstations, audio and video editing software and hardware

BEST Library Instruction Room

116 Laws Hall

40 Workstations, GIS and other specialized programs available

BEST Seminar Room

220 Laws Hall

Conference table seating with video conferencing. No whiteboard. Must be reserved through the Study Room Scheduler
IMS Instruction Room

27 King Library

20 Workstations; Operated in partnership with Armstrong Institute for Interactive Media Studies

AIS (Advanced Inquiry Space)

134 King Library

Bring your own device classroom, seats 40. Operated in partnership with the Office of Research for Undergraduates (ORU)

Use of the Instruction Facilities

Instruction Facilities operated by the Miami University Libraries are for the use of librarians and library staff members for:

  • Credit courses taught by librarians
  • Course-related library instruction
  • Workshops taught by library staff
  • Library staff training
  • Library-sponsored programming and outreach

Instruction Facilities are generally not to be used as a general meeting or conference room. If a proposed session does not fall under one of the criteria above, permission must be granted by the Assistant Dean for Instruction and Emerging Technologies ( or theHead of the Libraries’ Instruction Cluster, Lindsay Miller (

Some facilities may be open as walk-in computing facilities for individual users when classes are not scheduled or may be available as study rooms using the study room scheduler.