Skip to Main Content
It looks like you're using Internet Explorer 11 or older. This website works best with modern browsers such as the latest versions of Chrome, Firefox, Safari, and Edge. If you continue with this browser, you may see unexpected results.

UCC Library News

Development of New Library Spaces

by Paul Davidson on 2022-06-27T12:35:53+01:00 | Comments

Development of New Library Spaces

 

UCC Library is making use of the quieter summer months to develop exciting new spaces for our users. Beginning week June 27th for a period of 6 weeks, works will commence on the old section of the Boole Library Building on Q+1, Q+2 and Q+3. There’ll be some noise and disruption in the short-term, but it will be worth it once complete!

 

Q+1 Digital Scholarship Studio

Works will commence to create a dedicated technology-rich Digital Scholarship Studio, containing 18 high-specification computer workstations for students, staff and researchers engaging in scholarly activities using a variety of media formats. The Studio will also contain a collaborative meeting space and 3D printing and scanning facilities.

 

 

Q+2 Staff space

Works will commence on repurposing existing staff space. No publicly accessible study spaces will be affected in this.

 

Q+3 Additional Student Spaces

Works will commence to add an additional 37 quiet study spaces to Q+3, with power plugs at each desk.

 

While these works are being carried out, you may wish to use the New Reading Rooms on Q-1, Q+1, Q+2 and Q+3, the Quad Reading Room or the Creative Zone on Q floor for quieter study spaces. Access to the physical collections is unimpeded during the works.

 

The new spaces and services will be unveiled in time for semester 1 of the new academic year. Further updates will be provided as the works progress.


 Add a Comment

0 Comments.

  Recent Posts



Development of New Library Spaces
UCC Library is making use of the quieter summer months to develop exciting new spaces for our users.
Special Collections & Archives Launches Its First Colouring Book
Job Opportunity: Head of Research Services, UCC Library

  Subscribe



Enter your e-mail address to receive notifications of new posts by e-mail.


  Archive



  Subjects



A-Z General Guides

  Follow Us



  Facebook
  Twitter
  Instagram
  Return to Blog
This post is closed for further discussion.

title
Loading...