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Discover the benefits of studying in the Silent and Quiet Study Spaces.

by The Library on 2024-05-01T11:54:00+10:00 | 0 Comments

We know finding the perfect space to focus on campus can be challenging. When you’re looking for a study sanctuary, head straight to the Library Silent and Quiet Study Spaces.

Tucked away in different areas of our campus libraries these spaces offer tranquil study with individual desks, ergonomic chairs, a range of comfortable lounges and noise limits designed to foster an atmosphere conducive to deep concentration.

By minimizing external stimuli, the quiet and silent study spaces allow you to absorb and recall complex material with greater ease.

Getting into your study flow and immersing yourself means you’ll be more likely to complete your work faster and with less procrastination.

If you’re not sure where the Quiet and Silent Study Spaces are located at your campus library, ask friendly Library staff at the service desk for directions.

quiet studyQuiet Study Areas

  • Individuals up to small groups of 1 – 3 people.
  • Quiet conversations only.
  • Phones on silent and used in Open Study Areas.
  • Covered food and drinks.

silent syudySilent Study Areas  

  • Individual study only.
  • No food, covered drinks only.
  • Phones on silent and used in Open Study Areas.
  • Please move to another area for all conversations.

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