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Reserve a Study Room : Tutorial

A demonstration of how to reserve a study room at the library with our online reservation system.

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Natasha Schumacher
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All UW-Superior students are eligible to reserve and checkout our thirteen study rooms for individual or group use.

To find more information, click the Study Rooms button on the library homepage.


Here you can find checkout procedures and terms of use.


Although you may request a study room key at the Public Services Desk at any time, we recommend reserving a room ahead of time to be sure of availability.

To make a reservation, click the Reserve a Study Room button.


The study room reservation page consists of a list of study rooms and an availability grid.


Note the capacity listed next to each room. This is the maximum number of people who can sit comfortably in the room.


Click the Info icon next to any room for a description of the types of equipment you can find in each room. This is especially helpful if you specifically need a room with a Blu-ray player or a DVD/VHS player.


Once you have decided which room you want, select a time slot in the availability grid to start making your reservation.


Your room and time selection will appear beneath the grid. You will be automatically allotted a two hour reservation.

Make sure everything is correct and click the Submit Times button.


Fill out your full name and email address. You will need to use your email address.

Click Submit my Booking.


Your reservation is now complete! Be sure to pick up your key at the Public Services Desk in time for your reservation.


If you need to cancel your reservation for any reason, you may do so from the booking confirmation email.


If you would like assistance with your reservation, please call the library.

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