- These group study rooms are located at the North Oshawa Library.
- Your student ID can be used only once per day to a maximum of 20 bookings per term.
- Bookings are available for a maximum of 2 hours per day.
- Bookings can be made one day in advance.
- Bookings for tomorrow will open at 10:00 A.M. today.
- Bookings cannot be created five minutes before the start time.
- You cannot “join” or “cancel” a booking 30 minutes before the booking start time.
- When a group completes a booking, all incomplete reservations associated with the same time/room are voided. If your reservation has been voided, you may re-use your student ID to reserve or complete a booking for the same day.
- Your Library Account must be in good standing in order to reserve a room.
- The booking system will not accept passwords longer than 10 characters and all characters must be alphanumeric.
Room use Guidelines
- It is the intent of the system to set the maximum for a single group’s bookings to 4 hours/day for group study rooms. Attempts to monopolize rooms will be considered a breach of the Building Use Guidelines. The library reserves the right to cancel bookings and /or suspend booking privileges in violation of this, or any other library guideline.
- Bookings may be forfeited for rooms occupied by fewer than the required number of persons to book the room.
- If a room is vacant 15 minutes after the booking start time, the group’s entire booking is void and the room is free for use until the next group’s reservation.
- Please do not try to reposition any equipment (projector, smart board etc.) and please do not unplug or remove any preexisting cords or cables.
- Students using the rooms are responsible for any damage that may occur.
- Eating in rooms may result in suspension of room booking privileges.
- Photo ID is required for the loan of equipment from the Circulation desk.
- Please be mindful of noise levels as the space is not sound proof.
- The group study rooms are intended for “organized groups”; individuals should not join a group unless they have a prior affiliation with that group – the original booker is the “owner” of the booking and can ask any “joiners” to leave the booking or the room.