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Library FAQs (prior to COVID19)

Answers to the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) about the Library and its resources. #LibraryFAQ

What areas of the library can we use for group study?

Most of the main floor of the library is designated as a Quiet Study workspace. The main floor is open for small groups to work and discuss using quieter voices. You may also use (room F239), located just outside of the library and available when the library is closed.

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How do the library zones work?

The Library study areas are divided into two zones: Red and Yellow. The Red Zone, on the third floor and room B-214 Library classroom, is for silent study only. The Yellow Zone on the rest of the second (main) floor) is for quiet small-group study where you may work and discuss in calm and normal conversational voices. Signs have been posted in each area.

You can let us know when there are individuals or groups having conversations or disturbing others in the silent and quiet study areas. Just notify one of the Library staff or send a MIO message to the Reference Librarian and we will send someone to respond.

Tags: library resources, group study, library zones, noise