|Study area||Located In||Body|
|Green Library group study rooms||Green||
Seven study rooms, each with space for groups of up to six people, are available outside the main reading rooms in the Bing Wing. Most rooms are equipped with white boards, and one (outside the Jonsson Social Science Reading Room) has a smart board as well.
|Jonsson Social Sciences Reading Room||Green||
The Jonsson Social Sciences Reading Room facilitates a range of social science learning and research activities. It contains a social science reference collection of over 15,000 volumes, including classic texts, new and notable publications, and current issues of core journals in the social...
|Mary M. Tanenbaum Room||Green||
The Mary M. Tanenbaum Room includes one large antique table and chairs for six people.
|Lane Reading Room||Green||
The Lane Reading Room houses the Humanities and Area Studies Resource Center. Traditional study and reading space is complemented by wireless Internet access and computer workstations. The room offers printed reference collections and specific "mini-collections" devoted to important topical...
|Green Library East First Floor study area||Green||
Study area provides plenty of seating, large tables and natural light. Information Center is near by for research assistance.
|Engineering Library study area||Engineering (Terman)||
The Engineering Library's study space contains a variety of furniture for students' study needs, including study tables, study booths, individual study carrels, and an outdoor balcony.
Equipment available in the study area includes seven Dual Boot iMacs with SUL-supported software, a Dell...
|2nd floor Tech Desk & group study area||Meyer||
This study area offers 22 dual-boot Mac/Windows computers, color and grayscale printers, laptop-support displays, group study areas, moveable furniture, wide-screen monitors, and a projection system.
The Meyer Technology Service Desk provides access to a wide variety of multimedia...
The Multimedia Studio is located on the second floor of Meyer and has high-end computers, large-format displays, and peripherals to support video and graphic-intensive work.
|24-hour study room||Meyer||
The 24-hour study room (room 160) has dual-boot Mac/Windows computers, laptop-support displays, and large tables for quiet individual study.
Meyer Lobby, which is open 24 hours a day, offers dual-boot Mac/Windows computers, color and grayscale printers, laptop-support displays, and group study areas.
|Marine Biology study area||Marine Biology (Miller)||
Seating includes three large tables with seating for 12, six lounge seating with ottomans, 12 individual study carrels, and a small table with seating for two.