Sakioka Computer Training Center

The Sakioka Computer Training Center (CTC) is an instructional technology classroom that contains 18 PC workstations, an instructor station with projector and screen, and screen capturing software.

The Sakioka CTC is primarily used for library instruction and student computing, but may also be reserved by APU faculty and staff, subject to the following conditions.

Hours of Use

The Sakioka CTC is not available when Marshburn Library is closed—there are no exceptions. Any classes/sessions that are using the Sakioka CTC must leave the space by 9 p.m.

Reservation Information

Reservation requests must be submitted two weeks in advance. Faculty should arrive 20 minutes prior to session time to ensure equipment is working to meet class needs. Phone or email reservations will not be accepted.

Request a Reservation

The Sakioka CTC will be scheduled on a first-come, first-served basis. The Sakioka CTC is NOT to be used for demonstration only; the computers should be utilized for training purposes. Library information literacy classes always receive priority.

The Sakioka CTC may be reserved three times per class for up to two hours per class/session. The library circulation desk will be happy to clear students from the Sakioka CTC prior to the class/session start time.

Blackout Dates

The Sakioka CTC will be reserved for library use only from weeks three through six of the fall and spring semesters.

Instruction by Library Faculty

If you would like to have a subject specialist work with your class or group, you must contact your specialist directly or use the online library instruction request form.

Technology Problems

Please report any problems with the equipment or software to IMT. IMT staff are not located in Marshburn Library and library staff are not trained or authorized to resolve technical issues. Users will need to contact IMT at ext. 5050 and arrive at least 20 minutes before sessions to make sure the equipment including the projector is working.

If you have any questions, contact Irene Molano at

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