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Downstairs at Dewey for Quiet Study, Groups

Downstairs at Dewey, we offer both a quiet area to study as well as two areas where groups can study together. If you are looking for a quiet place to study, try the basement at Dewey Library. This area is expected to be quiet so that everyone can study without distraction.

If you have group projects that you need to work on with other people and with access to computers, try either the study area located in the room (peristyle) across from the downstairs classroom.

Also,when the classroom is not needed for a class, you can check out the key to the room from the circulation desk, and use it to practice presentations or work on computers in a group. To reserve the classroom in advance, please contact Deborah Bernnard.

All the new computers downstairs have the ITS supplied software that has previously only been available on the main floor at Dewey and at other locations on campus.
So whether you need to study in peace and quiet or you need to study with fellow classmates, check out Dewey Library’s basement.

Blog post created by Judith Mueller