How busy is Kimberlin Library? Plan your study time
We talked earlier this week about how busy the library was. Here’s an illustration of Kimberlin Library’s occupancy over the last few days – you’ll see why we’ve been recommending an early start to your study day if you can to secure your favourite spot.
See our previous blog post for advice about support and other spaces available for study on campus.
“Pop-up-library” additional study spaces and opening
More ‘pop-up’ 24/7 silent study spaces in Kimberlin Library, longer ‘pop-up’ opening hours in Eric Wood Learning Zone
With the end of the teaching calendar in sight, exams looming after Easter and dissertation deadlines, we know that this is a busy time for everyone. It’s great news that IT labs in Gateway House, Vijay Patel and Queens Buildings are open until midnight and at weekends, but we’re also ensuring that more spaces are available to you 24/7 at this critical time.
In Kimberlin Library, Lecture Theatre 00:11 on the Lower Ground Floor is a Silent Study room from the beginning of March through until the end of May. You can study in a talk-free environment with a PCs or spread out on a desk.
Eric Wood Learning Zone is open 24 hours until the end of Spring term to give you more space and time to complete your work before the end of term.
During April and May, the Kimberlin Learning Development Zone will be operating as a Quiet Revision Room