Study Room and Collaborative Study Space Reservation
The Study Rooms and Collaborative Study Space are for study purposes only. The area may not be used for clubs, recreations, classes, or instructor office hours. It features a variety of spaces and furniture for students to study and/or work on group projects. Wireless network access is available through the SRs and CSS.
Study Room Capacity
Study Rooms accommodate 6-8 persons. They are equipped with a round table, chairs, LED-LCD flat screen monitor, and a whiteboard. Students are able to share individual content from their laptops with other group members using a monitor. Special adapters for Apple computers are available for check out at Circulation desk.
Collaborative Study Space Capacity
CSS Space accommodates three multi-seat (up to 8 persons in group) lounges with media: scape units. Each unit provides a connect and share environment. Students are able to share individual content from their laptops with other group members using a large 42″ flat screen monitor. Viewing is controlled by each member of the group using Media:scape’s media well and the Personal User Control Key (PUCK).A laptop is connected to the media:scape through an HDMI or VGA port. Special adapters for Apple computers are available for check out at Circulation desk.
Who can reserve a Study Room and Collaborative Study Space?
The Study Rooms and Collaborative Study Space reservations are only available to AUA students.
How do I log in?
Log in using your university network username and password.
How do I place a reservation?
You’ll see a grid of times and number of Study Rooms and Collaborative Study Space starting with the current date.
Look for the column for the time you’d like to reserve, and scan down to find an open Study Room or Collaborative Study Space.
When you find an open slot, click it to open a confirmation window.
You’ll see “Reserve this room? Yes, No”, check the “Yes” box,
Click “Yes” to place your reservation and click Close.
What do the colors on the grid mean?
Green blocks indicate reservations that you have placed.
Blue blocks are reservations that others have placed.
Grey blocks are time slots that are in the past and are no longer available.
Brown blocks indicate that the Study Room/Collaborative Study Space is available for reservation.
Can I cancel a reservation?
Yes, you can! If you are on the “Place a Reservation” page, simply click your existing reservation time on the grid. Once the confirmation screen appears “Cancel this reservation? Yes /No”, check the “Yes” box and click Close.
Are there any limits on how long I can reserve a Study Room and Collaborative Study Space?
Yes, there are. Study Rooms and Collaborative Study Space can be reserved online from 30 minutes to 90 minutes in length. Reservations may be made for 90 minutes maximum per day. Study Room and Collaborative Study Space may be scheduled up to 7 days in advance; no recurring reservation (same time, each day, etc.) and no same day scheduling are allowed.
If you need more time than that, we suggest that you coordinate with your group, and have your members place back to back reservations.
Study Rooms and Collaborative Study Space cannot be reserved or held by placing personal belongings in them. Unattended items will be removed.
Students must claim their Study Room or Collaborative Study Space within the first 5 minutes of the booking, or their reservation may be taken by other eligible users.
Do I need to bring anything to claim my Study Room/Collaborative Study Space?
Yes, you do! You need to bring your ID card. You should receive an email confirmation of your reservation. Study Room keys are checked out from the Circulation Desk on the first floor of the AGBU Papazian Library.
Code of conduct
The Library staff reserves the right to ask students to leave the SR/CSS if they act or behave inappropriately. Examples of inappropriate use and/or behavior may include but are not limited to:
- Use of ICT equipment to access non-school related e-mail or social interaction websites (i.e. Facebook, Twitter, etc.)
- Use of ICT equipment to play games, watch movies, view picture, or listen to music.
- Students assume liability for damage to furniture and technology.
- Please note that no food and drinks are allowed in the library except for bottled water.
- Mobile phones must be set to either silent or vibration mode.
Who should I contact with questions?
Please direct any question or concern to Circulation Desk at (060 61 27 64) or email to firstname.lastname@example.org