Science Library Classrooms and Group Studies
The Science Library's classrooms are currently unavailable due to renovation. Our new classrooms will come online for Fall 2016.
Reserving a room
Group Studies: Rooms are available for group study throughout the library system. Science has six group rooms, of which four seat up to five and two seat up to twelve. Rooms in other campus branches are available via the link in the header, above. Group study reservations require prompt email confirmation, and there is a limit of six hours per week for any one individual.
Videoconferencing is available in room B014, which is reservable for groups or individuals in the UO community who need a video connection for coursework or meetings. Reservations are mediated, so advance reservation is required; however, when the room is unreserved it is also available as a study space.
The Physiology and Anatomy Room is moving into its permanent home for Fall 2015, in room B012. It is a space with various anatomy models and computer software which is used for office hours and tutoring related to HPHY coursework. It is not a reservable space as the intent is to make these models available for anatomy students; however, when it is not in use for its primary purpose, it too can be used as a group space on a first-come, first-served basis.
The CIS tutoring room is temporarily located in room B008, with overflow into B009. It is used for tutoring and office hours relating to lower-division CIS coursework. As with the A&P room above, the space is not reservable, but may be used by anyone when no tutoring is going on.
Questions about any of this information may be directed to the manager of the Science Library, or to any library staff.