Monday, December 8, 2008

Study Room Reservation Policy

The Gould Law Library has a selection of study rooms available, which vary in size and capacity. Three of the rooms contain televisions equipped with DVD and VHS players for use with media placed on reserve at the circulation desk by professors. Many rooms also are equipped with erasable white boards and erasable markers for use by study groups. Reservations for study rooms are highly recommended and may be arranged in person at the library’s circulation desk, up to one day in advance of the booking. A group may reserve one room for a maximum of two hours each day. Individuals may not reserve rooms, except for two small rooms intended for individual students (L309 and L310). A group may continue past a reserved time, provided no other group has made a reservation for the next time slot. The room must be relinquished, however, if another group later makes a reservation (even if the reservation was made after the non-reserved students occupied the study room). Reservations will be held for 15 minutes and two group members must be present to hold a reservation, except for the two individual study rooms. Please ask a staff member at the circulation desk for details about study room reservations and policies.

No comments: