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The Library has a variety of reservable spaces from group study rooms to 3D printers. Check the descriptions below to find the space you need. Reservations are made on our LibCal system. For complete information, please check our Policies page.

First Floor Group Study Rooms

Group Study

The library has several rooms reservable for groups of two to ten people equipped with white boards perfect for your study session.

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Team Tech Room

Group Study

The Team Tech Room is a group study room with a classroom layout, a computer, large presentation screen, and video conferencing capabilities.

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First Floor Instruction Room

Group Study

Located on the first floor of the library, the Instruction Room is a space equipped with tables, rolling chairs, and an instructor station with seating for 30 students. This space is perfect for evening workshops, co-curricular groups, and large study groups. This room must be reserved 8 hours in advance.

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The Studio

A/V Lab

Located on the 2nd floor of the library, The Studio is UI Library's dedicated audio/video production and editing space. UI students, staff, and faculty can reserve the space between 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. Monday to Friday, and can also check out recording equipment such as video cameras at the Circulation Desk. New users need to make a separate appointment for orientation, to be scheduled between the hours of 8-5 M-F, prior to their first reservation. Visit the Studio Homepage for more information

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3D Printers

3D Printer

The library's two 3D printers are located in the MILL (Making Innovating and Learning Laboratory) on the 1st floor of the library. UI students, staff, and faculty can reserve one of the 3D printers between 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday to Friday to create a print or to schedule an orientation to learn more about 3D printing. The Lulzbot Mini has a 6in x 6in x 6.2in (152mm x 152mm x 158mm) print area. The Lulzbot TAZ 6 has a 11in x 11in x 9.8in (280mm x 280mm x 250mm) print area. Both printers use models in .STL or .OBJ file format. Visit the MILL's website for further information.

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