Large tables are placed throughout the second floor for independent study or group study. A number of group study rooms are located just outside and inside the Periodicals room and on the west end of the building.
The ANSWER Family-Friendly Library Rooms 206 & 209
J. Murrey Atkins Library and the Office of Adult Students and Evening Services (OASES), in partnership with the ANSWER Scholarship program, established the Family-Friendly Library Rooms as a campus resource to help adult students excel in their academic programs while caring for children and dependents.
The materials, toys, and technologies in these rooms provide learning opportunities for children to enhance their motor and literacy skills. Parents who wish to study with their child/children under the age of 16 may register and reserve the rooms by visiting the groupstudy application.
Room 209 is designed for a single family with pre-school children. Room 206 is designed for a family with children up to age 16 and contains technologies and seating for a group to study/work with the parent(s).
The Curriculum and Instruction Materials Center (CIMC) is a specialized collection of resources for preschool through high school educators. Its primary mission is to assist education majors in the development of instructional activities by providing access to state-of-the-art instructional resources and technologies.
Area 49 Desk
The place to get help with special technology and Area 49. We can help you:
New Technology Spaces
Area 49 encompasses the Technology Support Desk, Visualization Lab, EZ Video Studio, Gaming Lab, Multimedia Lab, Makerspace, and the Teaching and Technology Theater. Area 49 is designed to encourage cross-disciplinary collaboration, experimentation, and exploration. For more information, please visit Area49.UNCC.edu.
Print, Copy, Scan
Public printing, copying, and scanning are available on the first floor. For more information, click here.
Office of Undergraduate Research Center
The Office of Undergraduate Research supports UNC Charlotte undergraduate students through undergraduate research grants and opportunities to communicate their research to others through multiple research symposiums, funding to national conferences to present their research, and research exploration events.