The Collaboration Room is located on the main floor of the Library. It may be reserved for professional and educational activities by registered library users. Reservations should be made by completing the Library Collaboration Room Reservation Form. Priority is given to groups from the Medical College.
The Collaboration Room is back to full capacity. However, eating and drinking are prohibited, in accordance with the WCM policy update on 7/28/2021. Weill Cornell Medicine has reinstated the universal masking requirement for ALL individuals on-site, regardless of vaccination status or location.
In accordance with WCM policy, only fully vaccinated individuals are permitted to attend on-site meetings in the library. Instructors/hosts are responsible for ensuring only vaccinated individuals come on-site and that they follow WCM guidelines when meeting in the library.
For WMC guidelines, please go here: https://wcmcentral.weill.cornell.edu/covid-19-updates/health-safety-policies
For more information regarding the library's COVID-19 related policies please refer to the COVID-19 Library Service Updates page.
The Collaboration Room is set up boardroom style and includes:
*Important note: To use the video conferencing system, your partner must have a Polycom unit, and you will need their IP address. You will need to obtain this information prior to your event.
Technical support is limited at this time. It is recommended that you bring your own support, or become familiar with the zoom_rooms_user_guide.pdf prior to your meeting. SMARTDesk staff may be able to assist if they are available.
Requests are normally filled on a first-come, first-served basis. However, reservations may be canceled if the room is needed for higher priority use. Should this happen, you will be notified promptly, and every attempt will be made to accommodate your group on another date or in another library space.
The library reserves the right to cancel reservations for groups that do not observe the policies or fulfill the responsibilities listed above, or that violate applicable university policies.