Library Instructional Spaces

Kathryn A. Martin Library Policy


KAML 116

KAML 116 is a library classroom used exclusively for library instruction and events. When not in use for library instruction or events, this space is locked, aside from the final week of classes and final exam week, when it is available as open study space. The room capacity is 35.

KAML 260

KAML 260 is a multi-purpose space used for library instruction and other library-sponsored events/activities. When not in use for instruction or library-sponsored events or activities, this space is open for studying. The room capacity is 100.

To ensure that this room is available to students when study space is in high demand, library-sponsored events or activities will not be scheduled in KAML 260 during the final week of classes or final exam week. 


If you are interested in partnering or co-sponsoring an event with the library, please contact [email protected]. If you would like to book space for an event that is not co-sponsored by or affiliated with the library, please see the Rotunda Use Policy for information about reserving other library spaces.

We expect users of these spaces to behave in a manner consistent with the Library Use Policy, the University of Minnesota Board of Regents Student Code of Conduct (PDF), and laws and policies for freedom of expression on campus.

Approved by Library Leadership Team on February 27, 2024.