Posts Tagged 'Group Study Rooms'

New Graduate Student Reading Room

Welcome to the new  Alderman Library Graduate Student Reading  Room  which officially opened on Monday, August 22nd!   The Grad Reading Room occupies the  former Interlibrary Loan office on the 3rd floor between the 3Old Stacks and the 3East Reading Room (Maps/Microforms).

The space contains two  4-seat study tables, three individual study tables, a number of comfortable chairs, and laptop tables.  Shelves along the walls will be assigned to interested grad students  and lockers are available for short term storage needs.   Contact Warner Granade (granade@virginia.edu) if you are interested in shelf space.   Locker keys will circulate from the service desk in the  3rd Floor Central Reading Room.

The Graduate Student Conference Room (Room 310)  is located at the back of the Grad Reading Room.  The Grad Conference Room will be reserved for Library use until 1pm.  After 1pm and on weekends it is available for reservation by graduate students only.   Small study groups or presentations, single office hours, and other meetings are welcome to reserve this space.   We cannot accept long-term or multiple bookings.  The Grad Conference Room can be entered via the Grad Student Reading Room or the 3New Stacks.  For larger meetings  please ask attendees to enter via the 3New Stacks entrance.

For   more information on the room and to reserve the Grad Conference Room please see the Graduate Student  Reading Room guide.  This space is for graduate students and their guests only.   All grad students are welcome, regardless of school or college.   Signs on the doors – from the 3East Reading Room and the 3Old Stacks –  will indicate that the room is reserved for graduate student use.   This is your space in Alderman Library.  Please use and enjoy it!

Info Tool of the Week: Group Study Rooms

Are you working on a group project and need some space to discuss things with your colleagues?  Want to practice for a talk or class presentation and need projection equipment?  How about space to practice interviewing skills or study with friends for a test?

Did you know that the Brown Science and Engineering Library has six group study rooms available that you can reserve for collaboration and discussion?  These rooms come in several sizes that accommodate groups ranging in size from two or three people up to 14 or 15.  Several of the rooms have built-in video display units and all the rooms have white boards.  You can reserve these rooms and check out white board markers at the circulation desk in the library or call 924-3628 to make a reservation.

You may reserve rooms anywhere from one day up to two weeks in advance, but note that same-day reservations are not permitted.  A room may be reserved for a maximum of three hours.

See the library’s Room Reservation web page for more details.


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