Yale University Library

 

Library Classrooms and Group Study Rooms

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Classrooms' Purpose and Eligibility

The beautiful and integrated environments of Bass Library and the adjoining areas in the Sterling Memorial Library basement are designed to foster discovery, teaching and learning. Fourteen Group Study Rooms and two Classrooms are available to facilitate dynamic interactions among Yale students, faculty and staff. These rooms are for the use of people affiliated with Yale University, and can be accessed using a current Yale ID proxy card.  Eight of them may be reserved for such activities as consultations, tutoring, practice sessions for presentations, DVD film viewings, or meetings among teaching fellows and students or course supporters and faculty.  They are not intended to be used for social functions. 

In addition, Yale University registered student organizations may use the classrooms and group study rooms for meetings free of charge. There may be charges for audio visual, custodial, or security services.

 

 

One of 3 reservable group study rooms in SML's basement
(Wright Reading Room) Includes
:
Aux input (audio/video)
Data projection
Internet Access
Screen
First Serve! Room includes:
Widescreen TV
Wireless Internet
ETC.

Room includes:
ADA Accessible
Board: Chalk, Fixed
Aux input (audio/video)
CD playback via DVD player
DVD player (multi-region)
Data projection (powerpoint friendly)
Internet Access
Screen
VHS (multi-standard)
Room Style: Seminar/Conference (20 seats)
Table: Rectangle
Windows: None

Room includes:
Aux input (audio/video)
Data projection
Internet Access
Screen