It’s that time of year again, finals are almost here. Only a few short weeks stand between you and the freedom of summer, but in the interim, you may be looking for a comfy spot to hunker down and get through those last few assignments. Don’t worry, the library has you covered.
Do you have a group assignment or presentation coming up? Here are a few spaces you might be interested in visiting.
The collaboration station is a great place to put those finishing touches on a group paper or slideshow. Multiple devices can be connected to the main screen at once, making collaboration easy! You can check out the remote and keyboard with your student ID card at the circulation desk.
B132 is one of the group study rooms located just outside the computer lab in the library. Unlike the other group study rooms, this one is set up for presentation practice. The seating is movable and a projector is installed. The closer it gets to exam time the more in demand the group study rooms become. You can book this room in advance by asking for the booking sheet at the circulation desk. For week of bookings, you will find the booking sheet posted outside B132’s door.
Just looking for a space to study with your classmates? We’ve got lots of those too.
Sometimes you need a quiet space to get some work done without distractions. Here are your best bets in the library.
We know it can get pretty loud in the library, the quiet study room is the best place to go when you need some silence. It’s located at the back of the library. It doesn’t have any computers though, so if you need to do work online make sure to bring your own device.
Have you had a chance to try out the black privacy chairs along the library windows? Not only are they comfy, they’re functional too. You can charge your device with the plugin on the armrest and relax while enjoying the view.
The noise level at the back of the library tends to be a bit quieter than in other areas. Individual study cubies give you your own private space to camp out in.
Still not finding the study space you are looking for. Check out our blog post on Places to Study Outside of the Library.