Study spaces

The Library provides a choice of study spaces to suit different work preferences including silent study areas with desks where you can plug in your laptop, individual study carrels, computer workstations, or discussion areas with tables for group work. Some collaborative areas have additional equipment such as mediascape tables, glass writing panels and whiteboards.

At all times, you should ensure that your valuables are not left unattended.

Discussion rooms

  • Discussion rooms can now be booked online at Berwick, Caulfield, Law, Peninsula or Matheson Libraries.
  • Bookings may be limited at times of heavy demand.
  • Discussion rooms may be rebooked if vacant after 10 minutes at some branches.

Caulfield Library

  • Discussion rooms available for two to six people for up to two hours. Book online

Law Library

  • Discussion rooms available for two to eight people for up to two hours. Book online

Matheson Library

  • Discussion rooms available for two to ten people for up to two hours.  Book online
  • Discussion rooms containing audio visual equipment can be booked by a group of three or more students only

Peninsula Library

Berwick Library

Quiet study areas

The libraries include quiet study areas, where students are asked to respect the rights of others by working quietly and leaving mobile phones turned off. At the Law Library all levels above level one are individual quiet study areas, including the stairwell.