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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

We are not accepting L136 room reservations for the Fall semester.  Marston will have limited capacity and our meeting spaces will be unavailable for any meetings in the Fall. We apologize for the inconvenience. 



  • 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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