3/15 EDIT: Study rooms are now locked when not in use.
3/14 EDIT: Due to technical difficulties, study rooms will NOT be locked as described below. Everything else still applies. Please stay tuned for future updates.
Welcome back from Spring Break. We hope you are well rested and energized to work on your projects, presentations, or research papers. The library’s new group study rooms have proven to be a popular choice for many students to come together to exchange ideas, to study, to work, and to produce great scholarship. If you haven’t had a chance to see the rooms for yourself yet, here is a brief description of what each one offers.
Lower Level Study Rooms (2)
- Room 140 – capacity 13, presentation practice room, one large white dry erase board, 55″ display monitor with HDMI connection, glorious view of Swan Lake
- Room 141 – capacity 5, large white dry erase board, 55″ display monitor with HDMI connection, ADA accessible
Upper Level Study Rooms (9)
With the exception of the rooms listed below, all Upper Level group study rooms seat up to five people and have one white, magnetic dry erase board and a 55″ display monitor with HDMI connection.
- Room 222 – capacity 5, advanced media room, white dry erase board, 55″ monitor that easily switches display among multiple devices
- Room 224 – capacity 5, standard white dry erase board and 55″ display monitor, ADA accessible
- Room 232 – capacity 6, two glass dry erase boards
- Room 236 – capacity 6, two glass dry erase boards
Beginning March 15th, all study rooms will be locked in between each use
. If you need to use a room, simply visit the nearest service desk to check out the key. While you are there, ask for a bag of markers too.
In addition to dry erase markers, we also have the following equipment available for check out at the service desks:
- HDMI adapters
- Laptop chargers
- Wireless presenters
We are thrilled to see how popular the study rooms have become and want to make sure they remain available and in good condition for all users. Please keep in mind the food and beverage policy (covered beverages and snack foods only) and be sure to only use markers and erasers provided by the library on the dry erase boards.