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At this time, Addlestone Library is accessible only to College of Charleston students, alumni, faculty and staff, Friends of the Library, or those with appointments for services offered in the library. Face coverings and NEW Cougar Cards, Alumni Cards, FOL cards, or appointment emails are required for entry.

Addlestone Library Technology Rooms: Classroom 120

Equipment, Resources and Contact Information for Addlestone Library Technology Rooms

Scheduling Contact Information

Elena Rodriguez, Instruction Coordinator

Room 101 - Research & Instruction Services 
Addlestone Library
P. 843-953-0006


Room 120 is designated primarily for Library Instructional Activities. Students may use the room as open study space when it is not in use.​

Hardware and Software

Software and Hardware

  • The Teacher's Station is an iMac and has Office 2016 installed.
  • College of Charleston username and password is required to login to the computer.
  • Teacher station includes: 
    • iMac
    • Document Camera
    • Laser pointer. Please note, this room does not include a presentation remote
    • Internet
    • Laptop hookup
    • Stand-a-lone DVD Player.  Please note, this room does not have a VHS Player
    • Sound System
    • Crestron Control Panel
  • 22 iMac Student Stations
    • Student stations can print to lab printers.
  • Click here for more information on the software available on the Teacher and Student Stations (URL)

Using your personal laptop 

  • VGA and audio cables are provided. 
  • Mac Users, we do not have video adaptors on hand, please make sure to bring your video adapter.
  • Guests can connect to the guest wireless network (cofc-guest) within the Library. Open a web browser and go to to configure your laptop for the guest network.
  • There is an ethernet connection for laptops in the room.

Playing video or audio files on the Teacher's station

  • VLC Media Player is installed on the Teacher's Station) and will play most audio/video file types.  If you are planning on playing a video file on the Teacher's Station the best file formats are MP4 (Mac Users) or AVI (PC Users).  

Presenting image slideshows 

  • If you plan on showing images as a slideshow, click a folder that contains your pictures, and then click Slide show.
  • Your pictures will begin to play full-screen as a slide show—starting with the first picture in the selected folder.
  • To stop playing the slide show, press ESC or right-click the slide show as it plays, and then click Exit.
  • Using the slide show controls: 
    Slide shows run automatically, so you don't need to use the mouse or keyboard to move from one picture to the next. However, if you want to control the slide show, you can do so at any time by right-clicking the slide show to display a menu with control options, and then clicking one or more of the slide show options. For example, you might want to make the pictures appear in a random order, go backward or forward, pause the slide show, change the speed of the slide show, or exit to stop playing the slide show. 

Keynote Users (Mac)

  • If you are using Keynote on a Mac, please export your slides to PowerPoint (.pptx) format.  Keynote is not installed on the Teacher's station computer.


Library Instruction Classroom 120

Photo of room 120

The Library Instruction Classroom (Room 120) is located on the first floor of the Addlestone Library.  It contains 22 iMac workstations, an instructor's workstation and a ceiling mounted projector.  This room may only be reserved by Addlestone Library staff.  The schedule for the room is posted outside the door and available to staff at the Access & Instruction Desk. The A&I Desk staff have access to a key to the room if is is locked.  When not in use by the library, this classroom functions as an extension of the adjacent student computing lab.

After a room reservation confirmation has been received, if assistance is needed with any of the equipment in the room, make sure to submit your request 24 hours prior to the requesting time/date to the Library Support Ticket System. 

Requesting Assistance

Please submit all internal Library requests for webinar/meeting setups, library technology room setups, and presentation/presenter assistance to the Library Support Ticket System at least 24 hours prior to the requesting time/date.   Please note that the requests can only be submitted from campus at this time. Submitting your requests using the Library Support Ticket System will allow us to coordinate our schedules and provide the best service possible between 8 am and 4 pm, Mon - Fri. When submitting a ticket please make sure to include all relevant information.  

Webinar or meeting please include:

  1. Room location
  2. Date/Time (and Time Zone)
  3. Webinar Title
  4. Name and Email Registered with Webinar
  5. Webinar URL
  6. Webinar join password
  7. Is a phone line required?
  8. Is Skype required?

Presenter assistance please include:

  1. Room location
  2. Date
  3. Talk Title/Affiliation
  4. Presenter Needs 
  5. Contact Information for the Presenter (email and phone)
  6. Setup/Dry Run Time
  7. Time of Talk

After Hours Support

  • The library staff member responsible for scheduling the room is welcome but not required to submit a support ticket to have the room set up and equipment checked before an after hours event.
  • The technology team is available between 8am and 4pm.  
  • The technology team will check the equipment in cases where a request is made.  This doesn’t guarantee that the equipment will work at the time of the afterhours event.
  • If there is a technology issue after hours, please call the IT Service Desk 953-3375 for after hours support.  The IT Service Desk should have trained staff on hand until 10pm and on weekends to assist with technology issues as they relate to classrooms and presentations.