Frequently Asked Questions

FAQS: Building FAQs

Go to the IC Services desk in the union (307B) fill out a form, and you will receive a refund.
There is a fax machine in the bookstore that accepts cash or ID Express. Alternately, you can scan documents at one of the public scanners or photocopiers on the main floor of the Library or the scanner in the Digital Media Center and then send the document as an e-mail attachment.
Technology in the DMC is available on a first-come, first serve basis. The DMC is open all hours that the Library is open. The space is not reservable. DMC spaces are foremost intended to support IC student video, audio, and graphic design work, in addition to technology-enhanced collaboration and practice for presentations. General worktop space for personal laptops is also available. The general lab space is a quiet workspace, while the collaboration station spaces and presentation space support group work and conversation.   

Please note:  As media-rich projects can take up a lot of disc space, we recommend that users bring their own hard drives on which to save this content.  
The College Archives houses Serling television scripts, movie screenplays, stage play scripts, films, published works, and secondary materials. Consult the Archives site for more information.

Ithaca College policy states that interior building temperature set points are 69-71 degrees for the heating season (generally November-April) and 74-76 degrees for the cooling season (generally May through October).  This is an environmentally responsible policy that meets applicable New York building codes and OSHA guidelines as well as helps the college reduce energy consumption. 

The Library temperature is monitored 24 hours a day.  Fluctuating outdoor temperatures (and varying amounts of sunshine) may /do happen thus taxing the heating and cooling systems.  If you feel the need, please do not hesitate to report your discomfort to any of our staff at one of the four service desks.

John D. Birk

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