Quiet study space in Fryer Library

From Monday 23 July, the Fryer Library on level four of the Duhig Tower (building #2), is open for individual quiet study during regular Fryer opening hours (10am-4pm weekdays).

 quiet study, devices on silent, no bags, no food or drink

Special collections library, special rules

Studying in the Fryer Library is a little different to our regular library spaces. There are some additional rules and space etiquette we ask you to observe.

Respect the collection

  • No food or drink (including water)
  • Leave your bag in the rack outside the entry, bring your valuables inside
Bag rack outside Fryer Library entrance. Bags must be left on the rack. Take your valuables with you.
Bag rack outside of the Fryer Library.

Respect your peers researching in the space

  • Quiet individual study only
  • Use the signed study tables. Some of the tables are reserved for Fryer research purposes
Signed study desks in the Fryer Library.
Tables available for individual quiet study in the Fryer Library. Signs on the tables indicate whether the table is available for study or reserved for research purposes.

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    Last updated:
    1 August 2018