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Library study rooms (room bookings) for students with disabilities

W.A.C. Bennett Library (SFU Burnaby) has six study rooms on floor 5 available to eligible students registered with the SFU Centre for Students with Disabilities (CSD). These rooms are bookable and require keys to access.

How do I know if I’m eligible?

To be eligible to book a Library study room, you will need to be registered with the Centre for Students with Disabilities (CSD).

How can I book a room?

To book a study room:

  1. Go to Study Room Booking Service.
  2. Identify which room you’d like to book, and click on the plus sign next to the time for which you’d like to book it.
  3. At the prompt, enter your SFU computing account username and password.
  4. In the Group’s/Class’s Name field enter a nickname and the last 4 digits of your student number.
  5. Review the date and start time of your booking.
  6. Select the desired duration up to 4 hours of your booking from the pull-down menu.
  7. Click on Save.

If  you are unable to successfully use the room booking module to book a study room, please contact the Centre for Students with Disabilities.

How long can I book a room?

These study rooms may be booked during Library open hours for a maximum of one booking per day, per person. In addition, the same time slot [e.g. 4-6pm] may be booked only 3 times per week, per person.

If you would like to discuss the possibility of a longer room booking, please contact the Centre for Students with Disabilities.

How do I access the key to the room I’ve booked?

Go to the W.A.C. Bennett Library Service Desk to borrow the key to the room you have booked. You will need to present your SFU ID/Library card to borrow the key. Loans staff will verify your room booking, your eligibility to use the room, and will sign a key out to you for the duration of your booking. 

Please note that study room keys are subject to same loan period and fines as reserve materials.

 

See Services for students with disabilities for information on accessing Library materials and using the Library's adaptive technology.