Reed Library offers a variety of options for study and research to support individual study and group collaboration. From open areas in the library with comfortable seating and awesome views to reservable presentation rooms with large display screens, we seek to provide an environment reflecting the needs of students and others in their learning and research activities.
Study and presentation rooms can be reserved though a sign-up sheet located outside each of the rooms. If not in use, they are available on a first come basis, but with preference given to groups.
- Computer kiosks (24 public access computers) - main floor
- Presentation Rooms (also used as study rooms when available, suitable for groups.)
- 3 on Main floor (Windows OS) north end near large windows and one near RL131 computer classroom/ lab.
- 1 2nd floor (Mac OS)
- Individual study carrels along walls of 2nd floor.
- Small group study rooms (2nd floor near elevator, women's room)
- Child-friendly room with toys for those with children. Computer requires FLC login. (2nd foor)
- Beers' Study Room (2nd floor south) and the open study area at top of stairs are large areas with comfortable seating, occasionally a venue used for library events.
- Disability Services computer with Dragon software.
- Music Listening Room with turntable, CD player and music collection.
- Periodical Reading Room, with comfortable seating and display magazines and journals.
The library has comfortable seating and tables throughout, along with art and other visual displays.