Answered By: Keith Brisland
Last Updated: Jul 20, 2017     Views: 8279

Study rooms

To book a study room at Curzon or Kenrick Library go to http://bcu.iinsight.org/rooms.aspx. Click here for booking instructions or here to view a tutorial.

At Mary Seacole Library, there are three designated group work study areas that can be booked at the Library Help Desk (0121 331 7071).

If you are a registered disabled student there are dedicated rooms you can book in Curzon, Kenrick and Mary Seacole Libraries if Student Affairs have identified you as needing a secure and accessible room. These rooms can be booked at the Help Desk in the relevant library during staffed hours. Please note that there are restrictions on the number of times the room at Curzon can be booked in one week. This is to enable the maximum number of students to be able to use the room.

Study Space

We understand study space is at a premium, but we encourage students to make use of all study space across the University. You can use libraries, social areas and free classrooms*, and you're not restricted to just your own campus or building.  During busy times you might find a greater amount of study space by visiting different buildings.

You can find computers in vacant PC labs, borrow a laptop (or bring your own), and access many of the library's resources online.  You can borrow up to 20 items at a time if you wish to take them to study outside of the library.

*Millennium Point, Parkside and Curzon only.

 

Troubleshooting

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