Sunday, July 26, 2015

Library Group Study Rooms

Study Area in Peckham Hall, Nazareth College, Rochester, NY ACC Faculty often assign group projects to their classes but sometimes, students then have difficulties finding a location to work together in a ‘clean, well lighted place’, with technology available to support your learning.

Where to go?
These ACC libraries have group study rooms available for currently enrolled ACC students studying together:
Cypress (CYP), Elgin (EGN), Eastview (EVC), Hays (HYS), Northridge (NRG), Rio Grande (RGC), Round Rock (RRC), Riverside (RVS), and South Austin (SAC).  At this time, the PIN library does not have a group study room.
Highland Campus (HLC) has group study rooms available, but they are located in the ACCelerator (across from the Library). Show your ACC ID and ask about availability at the ACCelerator’s service desk.

For Library Group Study Rooms: 
  • Come to a library’s Reference Desk in person and show the librarian your ACC ID card.
  • Slots are available from 30 minutes to 2 hours, and depending on availability, at the end of your reservation you may be able to extend the time.
  • Reservations are accepted up to 7 days in advance, but be sure to arrive punctually -- if you’re more than 10 minutes late, your group forfeits the reservation!

Use the white board or check out laptops at a Library’s Circulation Desk so group members can collaborate via Google docs, view media, review Blackboard materials, print documents, etc.  In a few study rooms you can connect your laptop to a projector or flat screen for group work!

 ‘Group study’ means just that – 2 or more currently enrolled ACC students – these are not ‘individual study rooms’. 

The study rooms may not be used for tutoring, meetings of organizations, or for faculty to meet with students. Please see complete rules about the study rooms.

Sign-up, meet your group, and be successful with that project or ace that test!
Would you like more info? Need other locations to study on your campus? Are you stuck getting started researching your topic?  Ask a librarian! We’re here to help you.

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