Featured Resource: Group Study Rooms!

Ah, spring! When a college student’s fancy turns to thoughts of…group projects! Group papers! Group presentations!

For your studying needs, the Andersen Library has group study rooms available! All can be reserved in advance by contacting the Circulation Desk at 262-472-5511. Groups of 2 or more students may reserve a group study room, for up to 3 hours at a time. Same day reservations must be made more than 4 hours in advance. Groups can even make recurring reservations for up to 4 consecutive weeks!

On the first floor (aka, “the basement”) of the Library are two collaboratories students can use to practice presentations. The rooms are equipped with an LCD projector, wireless Internet, and a computer. One of the collabs also has a Smartboard. More information on the Library’s collaboratories, including equipment, reservation requirements, and rules for use, are available on the Collaboratories web page.

The main floor of the Library has several group study rooms available. The main floor is also the Library’s “talking floor,” so groups of students wanting to work together will find lots of large tables for this purpose. In addition, the Library has several movable dividers that can be positioned around a table for more privacy.

The third floor of the Library has one group study room. The remainder of the study rooms on the third floor are for individual study only.

Any group study room that has not been reserved is available first come, first serve.

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