Answered By: Your Library Team
Last Updated: Jun 05, 2018     Views: 12

The library has many different types of study / learning spaces:

  • Some are for silent study, when you don't want any distractions. 
  • We have areas designated for quiet study which are not totally silent yet offer a good study environment where you can work on your own or quietly together
  • We have spaces for collaborative study with furniture that has been designed to support working together. 

Choosing the right study environment and being mindful of other library users helps us all to use the library effectively and responsibly

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