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Group study rooms

Reserve a group study room

How to use group study room technology

Webster Library group study rooms

Don't forget to "check in" by logging into tablet outside room. Unclaimed reservations expire after 30 minutes.

Available between 9 a.m. and 10 p.m.

Two students at table in glass-walled room

There are 15 group study rooms:

  • LB-2: LB-209.01 (Morocco), LB-251 (Luxembourg), LB-257 (Croatia), LB-259 (New Zealand)
  • LB-3: LB-351 (Netherlands), LB-353 (Kenya), LB-359 (Vietnam)
  • LB-4: LB-451 (Brazil), LB-453 (Japan), LB-459 (Italy)
  • LB-5: LB-518 (Ukraine), LB-250 (South Africa), LB-522 (Peru), LB-547 (Lithuania), LB-583 (Poland)

Each study room contains: 1 table, 6 chairs, a 46" LCD screen (or two 42" LCD screens in the LB-2 study rooms) with wired (HDMI, DisplayPort) and wireless connections, a wide-angle USB camera and multiple power outlets.

Vanier Library group study rooms

Unclaimed reservations expire after 15 minutes.

Available between 7 a.m. and 11 p.m.

Students reading laptops and notes in closed room

There are 9 group study rooms located on the 3rd floor:

  • Basic rooms: VL 301-10, VL 301-11, VL 301-22, VL 301-23
  • Rooms with digital collaboration technology: VL 301-12, VL 301-13, VL 301-20, VL 301-21, VL 301-24

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

Unclaimed reservations expire after 15 minutes.

Available during open hours.

Students reading laptops and notes in closed room

There are 14 group study rooms available on the first floor of the Grey Nuns building:

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 Reading Room.

Updated: Tuesday 19 November 2019
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