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Tools for Teaching

Library

The library is a valuable resource for Biola faculty, students, and staff. Faculty can reserve course materials for students to use during the semester and request library instruction for their class. See Services for Faculty to learn more about library services for faculty.

Computer Labs

Biola has the following open computer labs:

  • Library Middle Level, 12 Mac computers
  • Library Middle Level, 62 Windows computers
  • Library Lower Level @ the circle, 10 Mac computers
  • Library Upper Level @ the circle, 10 Mac computers

Biola also has computer classrooms that can be reserved for a class-related activity:

  • Library 140, Library Lower Level, 25-station Mac computer classroom
  • Library 141, Library Lower Level, 35-station Windows computer classroom
  • Business 209, Crowell Upper Level, 39-station Windows computer classroom
  • Business 210, Crowell Upper Level, 16-station Windows computer classroom

To check availability of the computer classrooms and make a reservation, use the online reservation system 25live.biola.edu, (R25). Note: R25 is not available off campus.

Test Scoring

All paper test scoring is handled by Akindi. Visit the How to Use Akindi page for detailed instruction and information.

Biola Print Shop

Biola has a Print Shop on campus that offers a wide range of services. They welcome personal, non-Biola related jobs in addition to your course-related duplicating needs. You can find their list of services, contact information and order forms on the Biola Print Shop webpage.

Biola Store

The Biola Store provides a wide selection of books, greeting cards, gifts, emblematic clothing and other logo items, school supplies, music, food and beverage items. The Biola Store also assists faculty with preparation of course pack copies, including the copyright clearance of materials that the teacher has assembled. For more information, you can contact the Biola Store at biola@bkstr.com or (562) 903-4883.