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(Jun 10/14) Why on earth would McMaster build QUIET STUDY ROOMS beside offices? Students, faculty
members and staff cant study quietly in these spaces which are signed out when they
are built within the zones of offices where people talk loudly! (eg. Study room in
MILLS 310/B and C

Library response:

Thanks for your message. The study rooms on the 3rd floor are Group Study Rooms, not Quiet Study Rooms. The entire west wing of the 4th floor is designated as QUIET, while the entire 6th floor is designated as SILENT. I am sure you will be able to find an appropriate quiet place to work in one of these areas. More information on designated study spaces can be found at http://library.mcmaster.ca/study-space

(Jun 10/14)
Answered by: Anne Pottier (Associate University Librarian, Library Services)

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