Study spaces in UWA Subject Libraries
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Collaborative zones are for group work and collaboration. They are usually located in high traffic areas, with PCs, printing and help from staff available. Mobile phones can be used in these zones as long as you don’t disturb others.
Quiet study zones are designed for individual study. You may use electronic devices and whisper. Please silence your mobile phone in these zones.
Silent study zones are designed for silent and serious individual study. Any noise in these areas is likely to disturb others, so please be considerate.
The University has a wireless network which operates in some cafes, campus grounds, tutorial rooms and at residential halls. Explore these to find many more places to study and access Library and IT services.
Please help us to maintain an environment in which you and other students can learn and study by keeping the following points in mind:
If you are not behaving in an appropriate manner, we may ask you to leave the library. You may also be liable to further action under the University's disciplinary procedures.
Drinks and some food are permitted in the libraries.
Messy and odorous foods will be permitted only in the cafes and café terraces in Reid Library and Barry J Marshall Library. All drinks should be covered, and alcohol is not permitted in the Library. No food or drink will be permitted in Special Collections.
Library users will appreciate the need to keep the library clean and comfortable for others. General and recycling bins can be found in all libraries and cleaning products will be available from library staff if required.