Rooms & Study Spaces
Rooms & Study Spaces
The Knight Library and branch libraries provide the UO community with a variety of environments for individual and collaborative research, study, and instruction. General public spaces in the libraries use a learning commons service model to support the life cycle of scholarship with research consultation, physical and digital collections, and technology access.
Knight Library and several branch libraries have rooms available for collaborative study, research, and instruction. Reservable rooms are scheduled in the campus 25Live system.
Reserve a group study with 25Live (requires UO DuckID account).
25Live Tutorial - Learn to use our room scheduling system.
All rooms listed in one calendar view (View Only)
Check the links below for details and use policies.
John E. Jaqua Law Library (reserved for Law students)
At the request of library users, several areas are designated for quiet study. These areas are indicated on building maps and marked by signs.
John E. Jaqua Law Library: entire 3rd floor
Science Library: The area east of the courtyard is a designated quiet zone.
Architecture & Allied Arts Library: The 2nd floor west reading room is a designated quiet zone.
Wired and Wireless Classrooms
Special Purpose Rooms and Building Features (Knight Library)
Collaboration Center (122 Knight Library); seats 30. The Collaboration Center is a flexible, conveniently located space where UO instructors, academic support providers, and student services professionals can meet with students one-on-one or in groups. Scheduling is managed with 25Live. More>>
Lockers: Knight Library has 63 lockers available for temporary storage of items by UO students, faculty and staff.
Individual Studies: 22 unlocked rooms on the third floor of the Knight Library. These rooms are part of the library's quiet zone and are available for individuals seeking small rooms on a first come, first served basis.
Faculty Studies: Applications are available in Rm. 115, Library Administration.
Graduate Studies: 22 rooms available for 44 students, see Knight Checkout/Information Desk
Browsing Room (106 Knight Library): Room capacity: 140 row seating; 75 at round tables. This room is available for use by University and other community groups for lectures, conferences, and receptions during the hours the library is open to the public. Contact Library Administration, (541) 346-3056, for room scheduling, policy, and fee schedule. Calendar
Presentation/Practice Room (147B Knight); seats 4. Getting ready for an in-class presentation? Reserve the Learning Commons Presentation Practice Room to gain confidence with campus-standard classroom equipment. Scheduling is managed with 25Live. THE KNIGHT LIBRARY PRESENTATION/PRACTICE ROOM IS NOT AVAILABLE FOR SCHEDULING DURING SUMMER AND FALL, 2013. WE APOLOGIZE FOR ANY INCONVENIENCE. More>>
Studio A - lower level, CMET, seats 35. Studio A is a unique classroom used primarily for originating and receiving teleconferences, telecourses and videoconferences. To schedule, contact Lynette Boone at firstname.lastname@example.org or (541) 346-1943.
Room 56 - lower level, CMET; seats up to 3.
Rm. 56 is a small videoconferencing room. Priority use is for distance education. To schedule, contact Lynette Boone at email@example.com or (541) 346-1943.
Cinema Studies Lab (267 Knight Library): This classroom is used for academic instruction 8:00am - 2:00pm, Monday through Friday. Priority scheduling is reserved for Cinema Studies classes. First time users of this room must schedule a training session with the Lab Supervisor. For scheduling contact Dr. Andre Sirois, Multimedia Specialist/Lab Supervisor at firstname.lastname@example.org or 541-346-8104. The lab is open to UO students, faculty, and staff from 2:00pm until midnight Sunday through Thursday, and noon until 7:00pm Friday and Saturday.
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