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(Sep 18/11) Can you put up signs so that people remain quiet at the library? I dont appreciate the fact that people are on their cellphones walking up and down the stacks or at the cubicles talking. I am looking for a quiet place to study, not to hear about last nights escapades or grading schemes.

Library response:

I'm sorry that other users were interfering with your ability to study.  The Library can be a bit noisy at times, but there are areas dedicated to quiet and silent study and clear signs to remind users to restrict their noise in those areas.  The silent zone is on the lower level at the back of the library.  I personally walk around the library regularly and remind people in the silent area to stop their conversations. To be honest, people who disrespect their fellow users in this way would probably not take any notice of additional signs.

(Sep 18/11)
Answered by: Liz Bayley (Director, Health Sciences Library)

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