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Where do I study?

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Posted: 19 Feb, 2009
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Updated: 15 Jun, 2009
by: Booth C.
There are many places to study throughout the libraries. You can see specific study areas in Doe and Moffitt, or you can check the websites of individual subject libraries for similar information. In the Gardner (MAIN ) Stacks , group study rooms may be reserved online - go directly to the reservation system or review a 3-minute tutorial. There is also a group space in the Evans Microcomputing Facility.
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