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About the Library: Work & Study Spaces

Room E-221

Room E-221

The library's computer lab classroom (E-221) is located on the upper floor of the library. It is used for librarian bibliographic instruction, individual research, and classroom teaching by appointment. It is open for general use during the library's hours of operation, except when reserved for instruction. A daily reservation schedule is posted outside the door.

E-221 is equipped with a lectern that houses a computer and a document camera. The output from these devices is displayed through a ceiling-mounted projector and is controlled from a panel or by a remote control unit, both located on top of the lectern.

The room is also equipped with 30 student computer terminals and a networked printer. All terminals in the room print to this printer.

Group Study Rooms

There are several group study rooms in the library that are equipped with conference tables and chairs. All are located on the upper floor of the building. Reservations are not required to use these spaces.

  • Room E-207
  • Room E-208
  • Room E-212
  • Room E-213
  • Rooms E-216a, b, c, d 
  • Room E-226e

Quiet Study Zones

Two areas within the library are designated as Quiet Study Zones -- the rear portion of the main floor and the entirety of the upper floor. Talking and group work is prohibited within the Quiet Study Zones. Individual study carrels and comfortable, single-occupant chairs are located throughout these zones.

Please respect your peers by using the Learning Commons or other non-quiet areas of the library for group study or any work that requires discussion.

The Constantelos Hellenic Collection and Reading Room

Constantelos Reading Room

The Constantelos Hellenic Collection and Reading Room is named in honor of Demetrios J. Constantelos, a researcher in Byzantology and a professor emeritus of History and Religious Studies at Stockton. Born in Spilia, Messenia, Greece, he was ordained a priest of the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America in 1955 and earned a Ph.D. in Byzantine Civilization at Rutgers University in 1965.

The Learning Commons

Library Learning Commons

The library's Learning Commons is a unique space designed to support all phases of the research process. It features:

  • Diner-booth-style seating
  • Large tables for group study
  • Computer terminals
  • Printers
  • Charging stations
  • Laptop lending
  • Digital scanners
  • Photocopiers

The Learning Commons is collaboratively supported by the Library and Information Technology Services.