There are a variety of spaces in each library for individual study and group work.
Check the floor plans of each campus for locations:
Please don’t leave any personal items unattended in the Library, make sure you return all Library items and leave the space tidy when you go.
The Library accepts no responsibility for loss of personal items, and anything left unattended may be moved by Library staff.
Each campus library has a range of bookable study spaces including individual and group study rooms. Most are equipped with computers and whiteboards and some contain additional equipment including smartboards.
You can book a room up to a week ahead, for a maximum of one 2-hour session per day. Your booking will be forfeited if you do not occupy the room within 10 minutes of the start time.
Group study zones have large communal tables, whiteboards and other equipment for group discussion and collaboration. Feel free to talk, but be considerate of others who are working in these areas.
Some areas have been designated as silent or quiet study zones for individual study. Please switch your phone to silent, use headphones with the volume turned down and keep conversation to a minimum – please leave the area if you need to talk.
If you find students are disrupting your study in the quiet or silent areas, you should speak with them directly and point out the "silent" or "quiet" signs to them. If they continue to disrupt you, please contact library staff and we will be happy to assist you.
Informal zones and lounges have comfortable seating for when you need a break from study.
Training rooms and collaborative teaching spaces also contain PCs and are free for students to use when they are not booked. Check the room schedule on or near the door.
Adaptive Technology Suites are available at each of the metropolitan campus libraries and include specialised computer facilities for use by UniSA students with disabilities.
You make a booking up to a week ahead, for a maximum of 4 hours per day (2 x 2 hour bookings).
Smartboards allow you to interact with digital content projected onto the board – you can control applications directly from the board using your hands or the pen tools provided.
Boards with SMART Technologies are in A2-09 at Magill and C2-13 at Mawson Lakes. A variety of applications can be used with the SMART Board including Notebook software which is specifically designed for use with the board. To open Notebook on the computer attached to the board go to Start > SMART Technologies > Notebook Software > Notebook Software 10.