People tend to check in during these times:
Best place to study or to relax in between classes. So quiet.
There is a silent work area on the 3rd floor overlooking trees. Quite lovely.
Book the libraries study booth for your group work! It has a comfy couch and projection screen!
Keep calm and chat to a librarian.
The 3rd floor mens' toilet is a work of art.
Make sure to book a study carrel at the beginning of the semester. Its free and you get a small locker for books for a year.
Looking for a computer? Try the basement!
Free Tacos in the basement. Every 32nd day of the month.
First floor computers & desks can be booked, but people don't. If you need a computer, book it, and kick the other person off. :D
Check out the Baillieu ground floor redevelopment. Fab new student space.
Could have an awesome game of capture the flag in here
If you want to score a free iPod or iPhone. Just wait till the you find a student asleep on the couches.
The largest library on campus. It houses the main arts, humanities and social sciences collections as well as undergraduate material for physics and mathematics.
Level 3 study area is the best! Way better than ERC and Tate.
Been studying for two years yet still get lost here.
Much better than the ERC where it kinda looks like a playpen and def. much better than Frank Tate with all the ambient music and snoozing people.. The 3rd floor is kinda like a wind tunnel hahaha
You get focus for the first 2 hours.. and sleepy for the rest.. hohoho..
love to study here.... :)))
American librarian thinks he is a police officer
Get to Baillieu, do some reading. Drink a can of Mother.
Percy Baxter Centre is *actually* located on Level 1 of the Baillieu, NOT level 3.
Unicard has nothing to do with general computing problems, only photocopying and printing issues. For computer/wireless probs, see Student IT in Percy Baxter centre on L3 of Baillieu.
Try the self checkout machines to borrow without queuing.