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Collaboration Commons: Conference/Visualization

Information about the facilities and services in the Marston Science Library's Collaboration Commons


Room L136 in the Marston Science Library's Collaboration Commons is a multi-purpose meeting, videoconferencing, and visualization room.

Potential uses:

  • visualize large research data
  • collaborate with a group (local or remote)
  • participate in a videoconference
  • hold a lecture or workshop




Room Availability & Reservation Form

Reservations must be submitted at least 7 days in advance.  If you need the room sooner, please contact your liaison librarian.

Before making a reservation, check the calendar for availability first: Calendar

Please use the following form to request use of the Conference and Visualization Room. You may expect a reply within 24 business hours (M-F).

Reservation Form

For videoconferencing, please also schedule with VCS.



  • Open by appointment or as scheduled by library faculty and staff


  • Anyone with a valid Gatorlink account (active faculty, staff, and students) will be allowed to reserve the room.
  • The room will be accessible using a card key checked out the Marston Science Library Service Desk.
  • You must have your Gator 1 Card to check out the key. The key may be checked out no more than 15 minutes before your reservation.
  • If keys are lost, there is a $20 replacement cost charged 24 hours after the reservation ends.
  • Users will be required to attend a training before using the visualization wall
  • The completed training will be indicated in their circulation account

Room Reservations

  • Reservation requests for single events will be submitted through an online form and a librarian liaison will contact the requester to provide training and/or schedule the calendar
  • Requests must be made at least 7 days in advance
  • The room may NOT be reserved for semester long classes

General Policies

  • No food allowed without prior authorization
  • Covered drinks are permitted
  • Priority will be given to use of the visualization wall, followed by the videoconferencing, subject to the libraries'  discretion 
  • Groups that violate the room policies will lose reservation privileges          

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