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Come Study at Dewey!

The Dewey Library offers many different study areas to suit your needs. The Information Commons] can be found on the first floor and is equipped with 16 computer workstations. In order to log on to these computers, you must enter your NetID and password. Also on the first floor are tables and comfortable chairs for studying. These are located near the reference section and toward the back of the building.

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 the Dewey Library. This area is expected to be quiet so that everyone can study without distraction. Downstairs there are a total of 24 computers with all of the ITS supplied software.

If you have group projects that you need to work on with other people and with access to computers, try the group study room just outside the mezzanine area. There are an additional 4 computers in this room.

If you have questions about these services, make sure you ask our knowledgeable technology consultants located in the Information Commons. Also, don’t be afraid to stop by the reference desk and ask a librarian!.

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