Library hours for Friday, July 11, 2014

Library hours by week
Locations in Green Hours Phone
Library & circulation 8a-6p (650) 723-1493
Privileges desk 8a-6p (650) 723-1493
Information Center 10a-5p (650) 725-1064
Media & Microtext Center 8a-6p (650) 723-9394
Velma Denning Room 9a-5p
SSDS walk-in consulting
Closed
Locations in Meyer Hours Phone
Meyer lobby
Open 24hr
(650) 723-9407
Digital Language Lab 9a-5p (650)-681-9122
24-hour study room
Open 24hr
(650) 723-9407
2nd floor Tech Desk & group study area 9a-5p (650) 723-9407
Multimedia Studio 9a-5p
All other libraries Hours Phone
Archive of Recorded Sound 1p-5p (650) 723-9312
Art & Architecture 9a-5p (650) 723-3408
Biology (Falconer) 9a-5p (650) 723-1528
Business 8a-5p (650) 725-2055
Chemistry & ChemEng (Swain) 9a-5p (650) 723-9237
Earth Sciences (Branner) 9a-5p (650) 723-2746
East Asia 9a-6p (650) 725-3435
Education (Cubberley) 10a-5p (650) 723-2121
Engineering (Terman) 9a-5p (650) 723-0001
Hoover Archives 8:15a-4:45p (650) 723-3563
Hoover 8a-5p (650) 723-2058
Law (Crown) 8a-6p (650) 723-2477
Marine Biology (Miller) 9a-5p (831) 655-6229
Math & Statistics 9a-5p (650) 723-1528
Medical (Lane) 8a-6p (650) 723-6831
Music 1p-5p (650) 723-1211
SLAC 9a-5p (650) 926-2411
Special Collections 8a-5p (650) 725-1022
SAL1&2 1p-5p (650) 723-9201

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Green Library Information Center: (650) 725-1064
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Archive of Recorded Sound Archive of Recorded Sound

The reference materials in the Archive of Recorded Sound support research in sound recording history, technology, and discography. Two large study tables can accommodate up to 20 patrons; group presentations can also be accommodated. Vintage audio equipment is on display at the archive,...

Art study areas Art & Architecture

The main reading room and the reading room mezzanine contain seating, tables, six large lounge chairs, and large bay windows.  Equipment for media viewing in those rooms includes two large flat screen stations (one Blu-ray), one 30-inch screen station, and one 20-inch screen station.

Art & Architecture Library group study room Art study room Art & Architecture

The study room, located on the lower level of the Art & Architecture Library, contains twelve chairs and five tables, all of which are moveable and can be rearranged. The room may be used for quiet study, small groups, or class sessions. Groups and classes must reserve the room in advance;...

One of the outside patios in the Biology Library Biology study areas Biology (Falconer)

The library has several small study areas. There are dozens of seats at large tables, 13 very private study carrels down a hallway in the center of the library, several balconies with tables and chairs, and some comfortable armchairs.

Four small, locked study carrels are available for...

Biology group study room Biology group study room Biology (Falconer)

The group study room in the library contains a round table with four to six chairs. The room is small but cozy, and is first-come, first-served.

One corner of the Bender Room Bender Room Green

The Albert M. Bender Room offers beautiful views of the Quad and the hills beyond campus, as well as comfortable seating and a quiet atmosphere for study, leisure reading, and reflection. The Bender Room contains a non-circulating collection of books of current and classic interest, both fiction...

Bing Wing, Green Library 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.

Policies:

  • Rooms are...
Jonsson Social Sciences Reading Room 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...

Tanenbaum Room, Green Library Mary M. Tanenbaum Room Green

The Mary M. Tanenbaum Room includes one large antique table and chairs for six people.

Policies:

  • Available on a first-come basis
  • Two-person minimum
  • Please observe a two-hour limit while others are waiting
  • No food or drinks are allowed

...

A student enjoys one of the comfortable chairs in the Lane Reading Room 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.

One of the study areas in the Chemistry & Chemical Engineering Library Chemistry & Chemical Engineering study area Chemistry & ChemEng (Swain)

The back reading room in the chemistry study area contains an abundance of natural light and two large tables that are great for spreading out your research materials.

The reference room contains an abundance of natural lighting, too, as well as four large tables.  A scanning workstation...

Periodicals reading area, Earth Sciences Library Earth Sciences study areas Earth Sciences (Branner)

This study space contains large tables, couches, comfortable chairs, and individual study carrels with power outlets for laptop users.

Other equipment includes three dual boot Mac computers, three book scanners (including one oversized scanner for atlases), and a color printer....

Earth Sciences study rooms Earth Sciences (Branner)

Two study rooms are available, one with four chairs and one with six chairs.

GIS computer lab Earth Sciences (Branner)

The GIS computer lab contains nine high-end computers optimized for GIS, Google Earth, and map visualization use.

Computer area in the East Asia Library East Asia study areas East Asia

There are three main study areas in the East Asia Library:

  1. North study area: One large group study table (10 seats); one small group study table (four seats); eight individual study carrels
  2. South study area: One large group study table (...
One of the two group study rooms in Cubberley Library Education group study rooms Education (Cubberley)

Two rooms in the Education Library are designed for group study, each with an eight-person capacity. Both rooms have white boards and projection screens, and the library has projectors that can be checked out for use in the rooms. One room contains a 46-inch LCD monitor and can be...

One of the study areas in the Education Library Education study area Education (Cubberley)

The study area in the Education Library includes two long tables with comfortable seating, six armchairs, four foot stools, and two end tables.

 

 

Large instruction room in Cubberly Library Education instruction room Education (Cubberley)

The large instruction room seats 30 with tables and chairs that can be configured in a variety of ways.  There is also a large Smart Board and white board, and a laptop with Smart Board software is available for checkout.  This room can be...

Engineering Library study area 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...

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. 

A student studies at a computer in Meyer Lobby Meyer lobby Meyer

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.

 

Group study space on the 2nd floor of Meyer Library 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...

Meyer Multimedia Studio Multimedia Studio Meyer

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.

 

Study area at Miller Library 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.

One of the outside patios in the Biology Library Math & Statistics study areas Math & Statistics

The library has several small study areas. There are dozens of seats at...

Biology group study room Math & Statistics group study room Math & Statistics

The group study room in the library contains a round table with four to six chairs. The room is small but cozy, and is first-come, first-served.

Music Library reference room Music reference room Music

This room contains music reference materials, current periodicals, two study tables, two study carrels, and some soft seating. The Women's Philharmonic score collection is available here for browsing.

Media study room Media study room Music

The Music Library media study room contains a study table and seating for up to five people. Audiovisual equipment includes a color video monitor and components to play all-region DVD, Blu-Ray, VHS, LaserDisc, LP, and CD formats. Connector cables will soon be available to allow projecting from...

Computing

SUL provides  Academic Computing Services  and other technology resources to support learning, teaching, and research.

Equipment

Find printers, scanners, and computers available for public use, and learn what software is available on SUL-managed computers.

Borrow tech and multimedia equipment at the Technology Services desk in Meyer Library.

The Engineering Library has a Gadget Bar with a variety of tablet and e-reader devices.

Specialized software

Computers in the Multimedia Studio have specialized software for image, audio, and video editing.

Social Science Data and Software consultants can help you find data, and select and use qualitative and statistical analysis software.

GIS support is available from Branner Library for finding geospatial data and using ArcGIS software.

Chemistry software for drawing and visualizing chemical structures or analyzing NMR spectra data is available from Swain Library.

See Software at Stanford for a complete directory of software available on campus.

Wireless for visitors

Just here for the day? Select Visitor from your device's list of available wireless networks.

Visitors from other universities may be able to access the eduroam wireless service using your home university login.

Database access

Set up your browser to access Stanford-licensed resources from off-campus locations.

Have questions? Need help?

Check in at the Technology Services Desk in Meyer Library.

 

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