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- Concordia Library study zones
- Group study
- Graduate study carrels
Concordia Libraries have designated study zones to accommodate student needs for silent study and for quiet group and individual study. In the Webster and Vanier libraries, look for signs designating Blue Zones and Orange Zones, and choose the area that works best for you.
Concordia Libraries welcomes feedback about the zones from students and faculty (and retired faculty) at: http://libsuggestions.wordpress.com/
Study zone maps
Webster Library (Downtown Campus)
Below are maps of each floor of Webster Library, starting with the main floor. Silent study zones are marked in Blue, and quiet study zones are marked in Orange. Please ask for assistance at the information desk (2nd floor) if you need help finding your zone.
The Bishop Street (east) side of the third floor is closed until Fall 2015 for renovations as part of the Webster Library Transformation Project.
Vanier Library (Loyola Campus)
Below are maps of each floor of Vanier Library, starting with the main floor. Silent study zones are marked in Blue, and quiet study zones are marked in Orange. Please ask for assistance at the reference desk (1st floor) if you need help finding your zone.
Group study rooms
Webster Library group study rooms
There are 10 group study rooms:
- 2nd floor: LB-247, LB-249-1, LB-249-2, LB-251, LB-255-3, LB-255-4
- 4th floor: LB-447, LB-449, LB-479, LB-481
Vanier Library group study rooms
There are nine group study rooms located on the 3rd floor:
- Basic rooms: VL 301-10, VL 301-11, VL 301-22, VL 301-23, VL 301-24
- Rooms with digital collaboration technology: VL 301-12, VL 301-13, VL 301-20, VL 301-21
The rooms with digital collaboration technology contain one table, six chairs, a 46" LCD screen with wired ports (HDMI, DisplayPort) and multiple power outlets.
Grey Nuns group study rooms
There are 14 group study rooms available in on the first floor the Grey Nuns building:
- Basic rooms: B.101, B.102, B.106, B.120
- Rooms with digital collaboration technology: B.104, B.108, B.109, B.110, B.111, B.121, B.122, B.123, B.124, B.125
The rooms with digital collaboration technology contain one table, six chairs, a 46" LCD screen with wired (HDMI, DisplayPort, DisplayPort) and wireless connections, a wide-angle USB camera and multiple power outlets. Read more about the group study room technology in the Grey Nuns Study Hall.
Reservation policy for study rooms
- Rooms can be reserved online via the Booked Scheduler.
- These rooms are meant to be used by groups who need to discuss Concordia related courses and projects.
- If empty, the group studey room can be used without booking but must be vacated if a group with a valid booking arrives.
- Empty group study rooms can be occupied by anyone until a group arrives with proof of booking.
- Priority of use goes to those who have booked the room, which can be verified in the online booking system.
- Patrons who have reserved a study room will always have priority.
- Study rooms may be reserved for up to three consecutive hours.
- Study rooms can be reserved up to three months in advance.
- If a group study room is left unattended for longer than 30 minutes, the reservation may be cancelled.
- Individuals cannot claim group study room bookings. A minimum of two Concordia faculty (or retired faculty) or students in good standing are required to use a room. If there is only one person using a room they may be asked to leave. This does not apply to students with disabilities.
- A maximum of 1 study room can be booked per person per day.
- A maximum of 3 Webster Library or Grey Nuns study rooms can be booked per person per week.
If you agree to the following terms and conditions, launch the Booked Scheduler to make a reservation.
Graduate study carrels
Graduate study rooms are located on the 4th floor of the Webster Library (LB-451, LB-477) and on the 3rd floor of the Vanier Library.
Upon presenting their Concordia ID card at the Circulation Desk during service hours, graduate students will receive the access code to the rooms.
Shelves in these rooms can be assigned to graduate students who want to leave library books for their research.
Special regulations will be provided when the access code is provided.
Graduate study rooms are accessible when the libraries are open for study.