Answered By: Library Services Desk Last Updated: Apr 05, 2017 Views: 370
In McKeldin Library, floors four through seven are designated as quiet study areas. There is also a silent study space on the first floor, in the far left corner of the front, east side of McKeldin, and one on the fourth floor, across and to the right off of the front elevator. Behind moveable shelving (with wheels on the front) on Third, Fourth, Sixth, and Seventh Floors, there's individual, somewhat enclosed desks that often offer quiet places to study.
This floorplan shows the various study spaces in McKeldin.
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- What recourse is there if students in quiet floors (particularly the Reading Room) are coming in groups and continuing to talk after others have asked them to quiet down or to leave due to the area being a quiet area?
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