Collaborative learning spaces

Instructor standing among students working in groups at several tables

Engage students with hands-on, problem-based learning. This flexible, technology-rich space is designed to inspire collaboration and experiential learning on a large scale. It was the first of several collaborative learning spaces on campus.

We encourage creative uses of the room when classes aren't scheduled (evenings and weekends). We've hosted events such as Hack Arizona, Arizona Migrahack, and Start-Up Weekend.

How to access

Teaching courses

If you are interested in teaching in the Science-Engineering Library‚Äôs Collaborative Learning Space, check the semester schedule. Contact Jane Hunter for more information.

Hosting events 

If you'd like to host an event at one of our Collaborative Learning Spaces, submit a room request.

Open study

When not reserved for an event, the Collaborative Learning Spaces are usually available to UA students, faculty, and staff for open study. 

Science and Engineering Library: The space is available for open study after 6pm Monday through Friday and during normal library hours on Saturday and Sunday.

Main Library: Use your CatCard for access Monday through Friday before 7am and after 9pm, as well as during normal library hours on Saturday and Sunday.

Technology: 
Multiple large displays, teaching station, wireless microphones, surround sound
Capacity:  50-260
Science-Engineering Library 200SW, Main Library 112A