New, larger group study room in Alexander Library
|Shantae Bedassie (SAS/Journalism, 2014), standing, discusses some of the features of the RU Libraries' website as (left to right) Brianna Foley (SAS/Journalism, 2014), Michael Kollar (SC&I/Communication, 2013), Victoria Slater (SAS/Economics & Communication, 2014), and Richard Conte (SAS, 2012) observe.|
The Libraries continue to create flexible spaces in our facilities where students can gather as a group and study, work on research projects, or practice their class presentations.
In Alexander Library a new Group Study/Media Room is now available for student use on the first floor, in the area between the Reference Room and the Government Documents section. The room features:
- a table and 10 chairs
- a DVD/VCR for group viewing of media materials on reserve
- a VGA hook-up for projecting a laptop onto a TV, to practice presentations
- Coming Soon - a white board (suitable for use with dry-erase markers)
The room is suitable for use by groups of 4 to 10 people and is available on a reservation basis; immediate use may be granted if there are no reservations booked at the time of inquiry. The room is only for use by Rutgers students, faculty, or staff.
To reserve use of the new Group Study/Media Room, please talk with a staff member at the Alexander Library circulation desk or call the desk at 732/932-7851.
Posted April 1, 2011; April 6, 2011