For students looking for study space on Whiteknights campus this weekend, the Library will be open on Saturday 8 April and Sunday 9 April.
You can access the 5th Floor Silent Study and the Ground and 1st floors. On other floors, books are accessible but there is no study furniture.
If you want access to a computer, you could try 24-hour labs in other buildings:
- Agriculture (GL20) – 30 PCs
- Meteorology (GL68) – 20 PCs
- Palmer (G09) – 20 PCs
RUSU’s The Study will be open until 9 pm on 8 April, but will be closed on 9 April.
On Monday 10 April and Tuesday 11 April, the University will be open as usual. You can continue to use the 5th Floor Silent Study and Ground Floor in the Library – but the large PC room on 1st Floor will be closed on 11 April. (Rooms 108 and 107 will be open)
The Study will close at 5 pm on 11 April.
Between 12 April and 17 April, the University is closed for Easter.
When it reopens on 18 April, study spaces will be in the URS building. There will no study spaces in the Library.
We understand that the next few weeks will be busy, and there are other spaces you can use to study when the University is open.
- Free Room Finder will help you identify available rooms in nearby buildings like Miller, Edith Morley, Allen-Lab or Palmer. These rooms can be booked through Room Bookings (email: firstname.lastname@example.org; phone – 0118 378 6507). If you are prefer to use a room in some other part of the campus or on London Road, Free Room Finder will help identify a suitable room.
- There are also a number of alternate study spaces around the campus that could be used.
For further information, see the Library Refurbishment Project page at www.reading.ac.uk/library/refurb.