Due to ongoing repairs in Lauinger Library, the temperatures on Floors 5, 4, and in the Pierce Reading Room are currently lower than normal. Users may find more comfortable temperatures on the 3rd Floor outside of the Pierce Reading Room and on Floors 2, 1, and the Lower Level as well as the Bioethics and Blommer Science Libraries.
This room, meant for collaborative study and librarian consultation sessions, features two 42" LCD displays which can each show the display of a connected device such as a laptop or tablet, or the screen of the resident desktop computer installed in the room which requires NetID authentication. Up to 5 devices can be connected at once for easy switching among the devices. The audio and video connection types are a mixture of HDMI and VGA with 3.5mm analog audio and tethered mini DisplayPort adapters.
The resident desktop computer is of the same configuration as the rest of the 3rd Floor Reference Area computers but also features a wireless keyboard and mouse, and HD webcam which can capture up to three persons sitting at the table.
The room accommodates groups of up to 5 persons and is available whenever the Circulation Desk is open. You may make same-day reservations at the Access Services Desk (third floor, Lauinger Library), call (202) 687-7607, or IM GU libraries. Reservations may not be made in advance of the day of use. Unlike the other group study rooms, this space is locked and you must check out the room.
This study room is located on the third floor near the Reference Computer Lab. Checkout of the room key and remote control for the display screens can be done at the third floor Circulation Desk. You must be a Georgetown University Main Campus student, faculty member, staff, or visiting researcher to reserve or use this room. Directions for using the technology are posted in the room. If you have any other questions or issues please contact the Circulation Desk.