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Noble Library will be closed due to flooding until Fall 2015. Visit Hayden Library instead. More info available at http://libguides.asu.edu/noblenews.
Exam time suck..... Wish us Luck..... Peace
If you're are looking for all day rooms and they are full, wait till noon. A lot of people return keys at this time.
Great large study rooms up top!
Best place for studying, especially the silent room on the second floor, or the group study room if you're with friends.
Ask a librarian they are always available to provide help. You can borrow white board markers and erasers with one's Sun Card!
Do you love reading books about life sciences, chemistry, and physics? Check out the Science Book Discussion group that meets monthly at Noble. July's selection is What a Plant Knows.
Noble Library is a great alternative to hayden. There are so many study rooms to use!
Get here early in the morning if you want to secure a group study room, otherwise good luck finding one. Also, the locks on a lot of the bathroom stalls don't work, so yeah.....that sucks.
If you don't know how to use the printers, GTFO of line and let someone show you.
If you are looking for quiet then you have come to the right place.
When they close the Nobel library in the night u can move on to Haden library which is close by...
Lots of new group tables and white boards were added to the first floor in the Northeast corner over the summer. Check it out!
3rd Floor: R
If you plan to take an individual study room, take a jacket as it may sometimes feel cold.
Want to use one of the white boards? Check out markers and erasers at the Information Desk on the first floor.
The Noble Library has been my favorite place to work throughout my four years at ASU. It is less crowded than Hayden, and its upper floors a sanctuary if silence is needed. Best time? Early Morning
If Hayden is too crowded, then go to the Noble library. It is very quiet.
This is a much quieter library than Hayden. Much better for larger study groups.
There are now adapters to connect Apple laptops to the MediaScape (large tv monitor at the group study table on the first floor). Just check them out with your SunCard at the Info/Check Out desk.
All the new outlets are working now on both the 1st and 2nd floors - power up!
Don't leave your stuff unattended! A lot of thefts have happened recently!
A lot of the new outlets still don't work unfortunately.
Awesome science exhibits. :-)
The individual study rooms are a gem to have a full day of focused study. They are a hot commodity and are booked as soon as the library opens at 7am. Its early but you'll be glad you got one
it might smell like farts
if you only need to use the computer for less than an hour or so, use the quick public access terminals next to the circulation desk. you don't have to wait for the rest of them to boot up that way.
Check out the newly installed comfortable furniture on the first floor, plus the new group study areas, with moveable white boards.
Great study rooms and less people than Hayden so you can study more and focus.
Definitely more of a "study" library than Hayden. If you need tutoring the library has a tutoring center also.
The silent study room on the second floor is great for serious studying
This is a great place to study because it seems to me that it is usually less crowded than Hayden Library and the study rooms are bigger. It also is always very quiet.
Noble Library is open Monday-Thursday from 7am - midnight, Friday from 7am - 9pm, Saturday from 9am - 9pm and Sunday from 10am - midnight.
Reading day has to be here at 7 am to get a room, most likely to ber filledd by 8
there are great rooms to study with groups in here!
This is my favorite place to study. Unlike hayden library, it is quiet and peaceful, especially during finals. The one person study rooms are a serious life saver. Best place for studying hands down.
A great place to study but can get a bit crowded during the day. Try to get an individual or group study room for the best experience.
For an engineering library, there is a glaring lack of power outlets.
Each floor has a different noise level with the bottom floor being the noisiest, so if you need some quiet time go upstairs! Lots of areas to study!
Noble has great group study rooms to use for group projects! Check it out!