Study Space and Free Room Finder
STILL LOOKING FOR A SEAT IN THE LIBRARY?
Well we may have a solution.
Many of you may be aware that the library is going through a refurbishment and will soon be moving to URS. RUSU has been working with the University to ensure that students have alternative ways of finding study space.
This is why RUSU, on your behalf, has lobbied the University to ensure that adequate study space is available during the refurb period. RUSU and the University have created a new study space, Study@TOB2, which has an arrangement of large and small study areas for individuals and groups, a printer, full Wi-Fi coverage, plugs and sofa area.
This space will be open from 8am to 8pm and can be accessed using your campus card. Along with the RUSU Study it provides more options for students to study on campus.
So when the library is full or no group spaces are available you can now use Study@TOB2. It is located, funnily enough, in the building called TOB2 which is near Bridges Hall. More information about TOB2 can be found by clicking here.
Free Room Finder
Need to find a room quickly? We’ve created the Free Room Finder, a handy website that provides details of rooms suitable for quiet study.
This application provides information on rooms which are available for immediate use by students for ad-hoc study activities, and is intended to aid in the discovery of suitable rooms.
Simply choose the area of campus you wish to search in and let the finder do the rest.
Check it out now at http://www.reading.ac.uk/free-room-finder/.
This is a really great achievement for RUSU to get this to happen and a great job by the university, and all people involved, in making it happen.
So what’s going on with the Library?
From Tuesday 18 April, all study space inside the Library will have moved into the URS Building. We’ve pulled together all the essential information about how this will affect you in this helpful news article.
You can also keep up-to-date with all the latest Library refurbishment information by keeping an eye on University Library Refurbishment news page.
To find out more about this campaign please contact your President, Ben Cooper: