Feeling the cold?

Grab a blanket for warmth!

Some people feel the cold more than others, and so you can grab a blanket to use in the Library from baskets dotted around the Library.  What they lack in looks, they make up for in insulation.  Please return your blanket when you leave – we only have so many for everyone to share.

Home is where the heat is

If you like your study space to be particularly warm, the warmest areas of the Library are almost always

  • Area 1C – the old journals room on the first floor, found between the connecting walkway leading to the wooden staircase up from the Atrium on one side and the central concrete stairwell on the other; and
  • the open-access computing rooms, OA 1-6, accessed from the corridor on the ground floor just to the left of the Library Café.

On the other hand, if you like it cool, the ground floor is usually as cold as it tends to get.

If the directions above confused you, the linked floor plans might help, otherwise please ask at the Library Help Desk.  Most people get lost from time to time, at least during the first three or four years.

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