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FAQs: Study Rooms

Answers to frequently asked questions (FAQs), policies and services at NPC Library.

Location of private study rooms

Location of study rooms (click photos to enlarge)
location of study rooms

Study Rooms

Individual rooms are available for private study, either for individuals or groups of 2-8 (please check with a librarian; room capacity will be less if social distancing measures are in place). Study rooms are reserved on a first-come, first-served basis, however, some individuals or groups may be given preference based on need. For example, an individual needing to attend an online class via Zoom may need to use a computer with a camera (which are only available in the study rooms), or a group of students may need to use the large study room to watch a video for a class assignment.

Small Group Study

study room 115Room 115

Includes computer with webcam, medium work table, whiteboard. (Markers may be obtained from circ desk.)

Proceed to end of hallway from front door; room 115 is the last study room on the right.

study room 116Room 116

Includes computer with webcam, small work table, DVD player, whiteboard. (Markers may be obtained from circ desk.)

Proceed to end of hallway, then turn left; room 116 is on the left.

study room 121Room 121

Includes computer with webcam, small work table, DVD player, whiteboard. (Markers may be obtained from circ desk.)

Proceed down hallway from front door, this is the second study room on the right.

Other study spaces

Other quiet study spaces inside the library

study carrels

Individual study carrels, tables & chairs are available near the book stacks. (Left: north & south sides of library. Below: center of stacks.)


study chairs in the stacks

more study carrels

Open study spaces

Open space to read & relax

Tables and chairs are available for quiet study in the library. Long tables are equipped with power strips for use with laptops, etc.

Open study space

Large Group Study

study room 123-125

 

Room 123-125

Includes computer with webcam, large work table, DVD player, whiteboard. (Markers may be obtained from circ desk.)

This is the largest study room and preference will be given to larger groups when scheduling room reservations. It is the first study room on the right side of the hallway, nearest to the front door.

Study rooms may be reserved for up to 2 hours at a time. You may call the library at (501) 760-4110 or ask a librarian at the circulation desk to reserve a room for you.

 

 

By booking a study room you agree to abide by the following library standards: