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A new library room-booking pilot needs your input

Starting May 3, touch screens will make it even easier to reserve a group-study space at Concordia
May 3, 2016
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By James Roach

One of 34 group-study rooms available across both campuses. One of 34 group-study rooms available across both campuses.


If you’re among the thousands of students each term who books group-study rooms at the R. Howard Webster Library, Georges P. Vanier Library or Grey Nuns Reading Room, you’ll be pleased to learn the library is piloting a touch-screen room reservation system.

What! When? 

The pilot starts on May 3, just outside Room LB-547 (Lithuania Room), on the fifth floor of the Webster Library.

Touch screens will simplify the on-site process of viewing the availability of group-study rooms, making reservations, modifications, checking-in and ending reservations.

The library intends for this new system to make it even easier for you to book space to work with others. 
 

The touch-screen booking system is available outside of Room LB-547. | Photos by Concordia University The touch-screen booking system is available outside of Room LB-547. | Photos by Concordia University


Don’t forget to share your feedback

Once you’ve booked a room using the screen or taken a tour of the system’s functionality, you can share your feedback on-site, or online.

The consultation process is designed to ensure the final product meets users’ needs. 

If you’re not able to drop by Room LB-547 to try the system, you can always take a peek at how it works.


You can still reserve group-study rooms online

If you prefer to continue using your smartphone, tablet or computer to book one of the 34 group-study rooms across both campuses, rest assured you can still do so using the online Concordia Libraries Booking System.

For more information on library group-study rooms, visit the study spaces page.


You can keep up to date on what’s happening during Concordia’s Webster Transformation Project by reading the blog.

 

 



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