Quiet space to rest and reset
- Reflection Room (Robarts Library, 8th floor) - a space for religious, spiritual and secular practices, including prayer, meditation, yoga and mindfulness
Quiet study spaces are peppered throughout the University of Toronto's 44 libraries. Your best bets are:
- Gerstein Science Information Centre - The Morrison Pavilion and the Heritage Reading Room
- Robarts Library - Stack floors (9-13)
- UC Library Reading Room
- Gerstein Science Information Centre - Silent Study Room (main floor, Morrison Pavilion, north end) (laptops not permitted, cell phones on silent)
- Robarts Library - Reading Rooms (2nd & 3rd floors), Electronic Classroom (4th floor), Harbord Apexes (9th-13th floors) (cell phones on silent)
We asked our Twitter followers about their favourite quiet study spaces. Here's what they said:
- the fireplace or rhodes rooms in @GrahamLibrary are some of our favourites!!
- Earth Sciences library.second floor in the individual study areas!
- 12th floor [Robarts] :) nice and quite :)
- We don't want to tell [or] others will nab our favourite quiet corners!
You can borrow noise-cancelling headphones from some U of T libraries:
- Robarts Library - pick them up in the Media Commons, 3rd floor
- Faculty of Information Inforum - pick them up at the Circulation Desk