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Drexel Library

Drexel Libraries Student Orientation Guide

Reserving a Seat in the Drexel Libraries

You don't need a seat reservation to study and work in any Drexel Libraries location at this time.

You do have the option to reserve a seat in the Libraries’ silent study areas and desktop computer workstations in the W. W. Hagerty Library using the LibCal Seats online reservation system.

Silent study spaces are available on the lower level and second floor of the W. W. Hagerty Library. Desktop computer workstations are available in the room L14 computer lab on the lower level of the W. W. Hagerty Library.

Group study rooms are also available by reservation. 

Reserve a Learning Space

The Drexel Libraries also offers several interactive learning spaces for students to use in the W. W. Hagerty Library. Learning spaces are perfect for groups to collaborate on projects. Many of these spaces are equipped with special tools and technology that enable hands-on learning experiences.
 

Data Visualization Zone

six high top chairs and a bar-like table are arranged in front of a big screen TV

 

The Data Visualization Zone is located in the Dragons' Learning Den in the W. W. Hagerty Library. It is available for student exploration of data retrieval and visualization, mapping and analysis with geographic information systems (GIS), and the use of gesture to manipulate images. The Zone is a place for students to explore this area of data literacy alone, in a group or with assistance and includes a large scale interactive display space to experiment with innovative technologies/media and data.

Learn more about the Data Visualization Zone or reserve the space.

 

The Practice Zone

This collaborative work space includes an 80” ThinkHub monitor with a multi-user software application designed to help groups brainstorm, collaborate, visualize and problem solve together on screen. You can share content from your personal devices to ThinkHub via USB drive or Bluetooth technology.

Learn more about The Practice Zone or reserve the space.


The Clubhouse

This workspace includes a wall-mounted monitor so you can work in groups collaboratively or practice presentations in a semi-enclosed space.

Reserve The Clubhouse