Bookable Spaces in the Libraries

GUIDELINES AND BOOKING

  • Spaces are only for use by students doing university-related work. They are not to be used for external purposes such as tutoring or other business activities.
  • Please keep all furniture in the project/discussion rooms, and do not move furniture from other library spaces into the project rooms.
  • Ensure you keep the spaces clean and orderly, and follow the Library policies on food and drink.
  • If you are more than 10 minutes late, Library or Student IT staff may cancel your booking to allow others to use the space.

Book a Space


Baillieu Library

Project Rooms: There are 10 rooms on the ground floor, which are available for small group project work. Rooms 1-3 each accommodate up to 5 people, Rooms 4-9 up to 8 people, and Room 10 up to 10 people. Rooms 1 and 5-10 each have an LCD screen (bring your own laptop); all rooms include whiteboards. They are available for all staff and students for a period of up to 2 hours at a time.

Study booths: We have 11 booths available for small group project work. All (except Booth 4) have LCD screens (bring your own laptop) and can accommodate up to 4 people. They are available for all staff and students for a period of 1-2 hours at a time. Booths 1-3 are situated near the circular staircase; Booths 4-11 are towards the north end of the ground floor.

Study rooms for graduates: These are smaller rooms on the ground and second floors which are suited to private, individual study. You must be a graduate student to use of these rooms. They can be booked for a period of up to 1-2 hours at a time. Ask at the service desk for further information.

Project Rooms

Room LCD Monitor Laptop ConnectivityWhiteboard Wireless Presentation Desktop ComputerWebcamCapacity
SOUTH
1

5
2

5
3

5
4

8
5

8
6

8
7

8
8

8
9

8
CENTRE
10

10

Study Booths

Booth LCD Monitor Laptop ConnectivityWhiteboard Wireless Presentation Desktop ComputerWebcamCapacity
SOUTH
1

4
2

4
3

4
NORTH
4

4
5

4
6

4
7

4
8

4
9

4
10

4
11

4

Eastern Resource Centre (ERC)

Project Rooms: There are 5 rooms on Level 1 of ERC for small group project work, each accommodating up to eight people. These rooms contain LCD screens (bring your own laptop). There are also 2 rooms on Level 5, which can accommodate up to 5 people each. They are available for all staff and students for a up to 2 hours at a time.

Room LCD Monitor Laptop ConnectivityWhiteboard Wireless Presentation Desktop ComputerWebcamCapacity
LEVEL 1
1

8
2

8
3

8
4

8
5

8
LEVEL 5
6

5
7

5

Architecture Library

Project Rooms: There are 4 rooms for small group project work, which can accommodate up to 5 people per room. All rooms have whiteboards, and an LCD screen (bring your own laptop). They are available for all staff and students for a period of 1-2 hours at a time.

Room LCD Monitor Laptop ConnectivityWhiteboard Wireless Presentation Desktop ComputerWebcamCapacity
1

5
2

5
3

5
4

5

Architecture Library

Project Rooms: There are 4 rooms for small group project work, which can accommodate up to 5 people per room. All rooms have whiteboards, and an LCD screen (bring your own laptop). They are available for all staff and students for a period of 1-2 hours at a time.

Room LCD Monitor Laptop ConnectivityWhiteboard Wireless Presentation Desktop ComputerWebcamCapacity
1

5
2

5
3

5
4

5

Biomedical Library

Project Rooms: There are 4 rooms available for small group project work, each accommodating up to 6 people. They are available for all staff and students for a period of 2 hours at a time. All rooms contain LCD screens (bring your own laptop) and whiteboards.

Room LCD Monitor Laptop ConnectivityWhiteboard Wireless Presentation Desktop ComputerWebcamCapacity
1

6
2

6
3

6
4

6

Law Library

Discussion Rooms: There are 20 discussion rooms available for group project work, each accommodating up to 4 - 6 people. No keys are required for Level 3 and 5.  Level 4 discussion rooms are for Law students only and the keys for the discussion rooms can be collected from the Information desk. All discussion rooms can be booked for up to 3 hours at a time.

All discussion rooms are numbered rooms and located on the following floors:

Room LCD Monitor Laptop ConnectivityWhiteboard Wireless Presentation Desktop ComputerWebcamCapacity
LEVEL 3
302*

4-6
303

4-6
304

4-6
305

4-6
LEVEL 4 (MELBOURNE LAW SCHOOL STUDENTS ONLY)
420

4-6
426

4-6
426A

4-6
434

4-6
435

4-6
436

4-6
438

4-6
439

4-6
LEVEL 5
504

4-6
505

4-6
506

4-6
507

4-6
521

4-6
522

4-6
523

4-6
524

4-6

*Room 302 is reserved for staff use from 9am - 5pm, Monday – Friday but students can book and use the room after 5pm.