The Egan Library has 7 study rooms available (5 on the main level and 2 on the lower level). All rooms have a blackboard, data port (for internet or voice with audio-convener), power outlets and seating for 4 chairs at a table. Rooms 212 and 213 have wall mounted HDTVs and DVD players. Rooms on the main level have windows (inoperable).
- UAS Students have priority use for study rooms.
- Rooms 106, 107, 213, 215, 216 are available on a first-come, first-served basis to all users (though students have priority).
- Rooms 212, 214 can be reserved by UAS students/staff/faculty only (a valid @uas.alaska.edu email required).
- During busy times, preference may be given to students requiring the DVD workstations and to students using audio conveners to attend distance classes.
- Individuals may be asked to leave the room if a group needs a study space and all other rooms are in use.
- When using the DVD workstations, please be mindful of noise. We suggest using headphones or keeping the volume low.
- Headphones, cables, audio conveners, and remotes are available for checkout at the Circulation Desk.
*If the library suspects misuse of the reservation system we have the right to cancel your reservation.
The following activities are not given priority use of the study rooms: Gaming, recreational DVD viewing (use video carrels), sleeping.
How to book a Study Room
- Visit Study Room Calendar Site.
- Click on the green squares to reserve a room. You can choose up to six time slots, up to a maximum of 3 hours a day. Mouse over the icons for room descriptions. Please note: Only EL 212 and 214 can be reserved at this time.
- Other study rooms are available on a first-come, first-served basis.
- Check your email for a confirmation that your booking was approved.
- Please check in at the Circulation Desk. Your booking will be forfeited after 15 minutes if you don't check in. If you need chalk, whiteboard markers or cables for the HDTV, let Circulation know when you check in.
EXAMPLE BELOW (choose up to 6 time slots/3 hours total per day)