Answered By: Harry L. Whitlock II Last Updated: Mar 29, 2017 Views: 5
Yes. There are study rooms in Coe Library and the Library Annex that hold from 4 to 12 people that can be used for group work. Here are links to the on-line reservation system and the room use policy.
Level 5 of Coe Library is a designated group study floor. Groups may gather and hold discussions on that floor, though we do request that talking is at a normal to low volume.
On Levels 1 & 2 are "collaboration pods" where people can plug in laptop computers that allow viewing of the screens on a large, flat-screen television. There are tables on those levels in both the new and older sections of the library that can be used for group work, although there is no privacy.
Levels 3 & 4 in the older part of the library (where the stacks of books are located) are designated quiet floors, so no group work that involves talking is allowed. The only exception are the study rooms located on those floors.
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