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We Have A Study Spot For You

by Michelle Cyr-Whiting on 2021-09-09T00:10:00-07:00 | Comments

Make our space your space to study.

The library has a variety of spaces to suit your study needs. 

From the public lounge and computer lab on the first floor; to well-lit study tables, individual study carrels, and study rooms on the second and third floor; to our comfortable Founders Lounge on the fourth floor. We have a spot for you - and don’t forget to soak up the fall sunshine on our rooftop patios.

Study rooms can be booked online in advance, with the largest room able to accommodate up to six students.  Study Room 8 is a media room, with a 55-inch flat panel display and DVD player. Study room 9 is has assistive technology, including a desktop computer equipped with speech recognition software, text-to-speech software, and screen reader software.

For your studying pleasure, the library has designated the third floor study rooms and the fourth floor as silent study areas.  Moderate noise is acceptable on the second floor to allow for group study.  And the first floor is conversation friendly.

 

 


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