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Study Space Options in Woodruff Library: Reservation Rooms

Rooms Available by Reservation Only

The following rooms are located in the Woodruff Library and are not designated as general study areas.  However, you may be able to reserve them for various study purposes -- such as group viewing of a video, group presentation practice, group meeting/event, etc. 


ECIT (Emory Center for Interactive Teaching) Classrooms
2nd Floor

Click here for information on the four rooms available in ECIT and how to reserve them.

Electronic Classrooms
3rd Floor
Contact:Erin Mooney
404.727.6863 (Erin)

Computer classrooms with instructor's stations.  Room 310 ONLY has an instructor workstation -- students need to bring laptops.  Rooms 312 and 314 each have 18 computer workstations.  These rooms are kept locked and require a qualified staff member to log you onto the instructor's station.  Students use these rooms for group viewing of audiovisual materials, to practice group presentations, and to work on large group projects that require use of multiple computers simultaneously. 

Group Viewing Room
Music/Media Library, 4th floor (lobby elevators)
Room 423
(404) 727-1777

Room for course-related group viewing of audiovisual materials.  The use of the room is limited to Emory classes. To ensure access for everyone, no single class may use the room more than six times per semester. Instructors may reserve the room by calling the library staff at (404) 727-1777.

Jones Room
3rd Floor
Contact: Library Administration Office

Large gathering room with kitchenette for catered events.  Used mostly for library and university sponsored meetings and events.  Popular for study breaks sponsored by student organizations during finals.  Plan to book well in advance.  Please note that there are fees associated with reserving the Jones Room.

Woodruff Room
10th Floor (Manuscripts and Rare Book Library)
Contact: MARBL

Limited hours of availability.  HIGHLY selective.  Used mostly for high-profile/VIP receptions.  All reservation requests are screened very carefully.

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