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Last Updated: Feb 14, 2013 URL: http://libguides.gallaudet.edu/content.php?pid=395592 Print Guide RSS Updates
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For individuals

Quiet Study -- Room 1404 

  • Has tables, chairs, and 5 computers for individuals
  • Please -- no voice or signed conversations, music, videos, or games

Quiet Study Room

Additional individual study space

  • Deaf Library Study Center (Room 1220).  Has tables, chairs, and 5 computers for individuals

Deaf Library Study Center

  • Individual tables, carrels, and comfortable seating are on the first floor and basement levels.  The areas near the windows are most quiet.

First floor seating area
Comfortable seating on the first floor.

Individual study desks on the first floor
Individual study desks on the first floor.

Basement study carrels
Basement study carrels and desks.

Basement study alcove
Basement alcove for group or individual study.

 

For groups

Private group study rooms -- B401 and B403.  Each room has

  • a computer with large screen monitor
  • white boards
  • conference table and chairs for eight people

Gallaudet student may use either room on a first come, first served basis for up to two hours during the Library's regular hours.To use a room, borrow the key at the first floor Library Service Desk.  Your Gallaudet ID is required.

Private Study Room B401
Private Study Room B401.

Private Study Room B403
Private Study Room B403.

Additional group study tables

  • Deaf Library Study Center (Room 1220).  Has computer with large screen monitor

Deaf Library Study Center

  • Round tables for 8 people are scattered on the first floor and basement levels.  Portable white boards are available nearby.

Round open study table
One of our many round open study tables.

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