In response to student requests, the reservation system for technology-enabled group studies in the Woodruff Library was reinstated November 28 on a 24 x 7 basis through the end of the semester. Students will be able to reserve a study up to one day in advance and will need to check out a key from the Security Desk for access.
This change applies to group studies 213, 656, 664, 665, 756, 764, and 765.
Group studies without installed large screen display technology will remain on a self-service reservation system. This includes group studies 106, 107, 212, 305, 306, 426, 434, and 435.
In addition, the following classrooms will continue to be available after hours: 215, 773 and 874.
Reserving tech rooms – do students need to physically come into the library and reserve the room at the security desk? Or is there is an email or other option to reserve?
- Currently, there is no online option. Student must sign in at the Security Desk.
How long at a time can students check out study rooms?
- Four hours. The other group studies are self-reserved by using the sign-up sheet on the door. The same time limit applies to the self-reserved group studies by using the honor system.
Group rooms that are not technology enabled (106, 107, etc.). -- are these devoid of all technology (other than outlets, etc.) or do they just not have the large screen display technology)?
- Group study rooms that are not technology enabled do not have computer workstations or any other technology installed in them.
Rooms available after hours – define after hours? Are they technology enabled or not?
- Classrooms 215, 773, 874 are unlocked for general use after about 6pm. They are not technology-enabled.
Are their limits to number of students needed to reserve a room or use a non-reserve room?
- Groups have priority use of the rooms.
What about the classrooms on the 3rd level? Are they available? If so, when and how?
- The classrooms on the third floor (310, 312, 314) are available on the same after hours schedule, now through the end of exams.
Are there pages on the library web site that have info on this up to date?
- See this reference guide: http://guides.main.library.emory.edu/study_spaces.
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