University of Bristol library study spaces

October 19, 2019 0 By Stanley Isaacs

At Bristol we have around
4000 study spaces at your disposal from quiet areas
to more social spaces If you’re new to the University your first stop will probably be
your course’s dedicated library where the subject librarians
are specialists in your area However, you’re welcome to use
any of our libraries so you can pop into
the one nearest to you make use of a particular facility or just have a change
of study location As well as the ten libraries there are dedicated study areas in Senate House and the Hawthorns You’ll find a map
on the Library Services page There are also computer rooms lots of group study rooms and social study spaces in cafés,
atriums and foyers The Library Services
‘Where can I study’ webpage offers a comprehensive guide to
what’s available and when Most spaces are open access but some are timetabled
or restricted Follow the links and you’ll quickly
find out which rules apply The University has significantly increased
the number of study spaces available over the last few years,
in response to student feedback Our libraries can get very busy
especially during the exam period so we provide additional space
during these peak times The website is updated daily to let you know the locations
and opening times of these sites Keeping a flexible approach
to where you study can help you avoid stress
at peak times and it’s also a great way
to get to know the University