Study Space and Rooms

The James A. Gibson Library offers an environment for quiet, silent and group study. Three distinct zones: quiet study areas, silent study areas, and Group Study & Common Areas are noted below.

Bookable Spaces

Both individual and group study rooms are available for advanced booking.

Quiet Study Areas

The one-person study carrels and computer workstations on the main floor and the study carrels on floors 5, 6, 7, and 8 are quiet areas.

Learning Commons Classroom A (computer lab) is available for quiet study when not in use for instruction.

These spots are suitable for muted conversation between individuals.

Students in quiet study area

Silent Study Areas

Floors 9, 10, are silent areas. An enclosed silent study room with seating for over 30 is available on floor 5.

Learning Commons Classroom B is a silent study room when not in use for instruction.

Please be considerate of others and choose different spaces if you will be talking.

Student working in the 5th floor silent study room

Group Study and
Common Areas

Most of the main (second) floor of the Library and Learning Commons consists of common areas.

Floors 5, 6, and 7 also have several group study areas with bookable group study rooms, whiteboards and electrical outlets.

These areas are suitable for quiet conversation among individuals and groups.

Students working in a group zone on floor 6
Floor guide of the James A. Gibson Library.

Books A – DA 499

Archives and Special Collections.

Books DA 500 – JC

Books JF – PR 3399

Journals Per A-ZA

Government Documents Collection

Books PR 3400 – QA 399

Books QA400 – ZA

DVDs & VHS Videos

Microfiche and Microfilm room with computer

Ask Us desk

Course Readings

Instruction classrooms

Featured Book Display

Indigenous Collection

Badger Books


Coco Fresh


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