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Library resources for FLI students: Find spaces to study in the library
A guide to Stanford Libraries' resources for FLI students
Places to study
The libraries offer a variety of places to study, some of which are private and reservable:
Group study rooms
Find study space details and make reservations on the Places to study page.
In addition all of the open floors in Green Library will have study carrels and/or study desks that you can use. Except for Hohbach Hall on the first floor of the East Wing, they are quiet study spaces. You can also visit any of the other campus libraries to check out their study spaces.
Reading Rooms in Green Library
There are three reading rooms in Green Library, all located in the Bing Wing.
The Jonsson Social Science Reading Room is located on the first floor of the Bing Wing. It has comfy armchairs, study desks, and iMac cluster machines as well as monitors to connect your laptop to.
The Lane Reading Room is located on the second floor of the Bing Wing. It also has comfy armchairs, study desks, and iMac cluster machines as well as monitors to connect your laptop to.
The Bender Room is located on the fifth floor of the Bing Wing. It also has comfy chairs and couches, as well as study desks. There are no cluster machines or monitors in the Bender Room, but you are welcome to bring your own device.
Hohbach Hall is an interactive space, located on the first floor of the East Wing of Green Library. You will find lots of desks and tables to have group study or individual study time, as well as armchairs and booths. There are iMac cluster computers there, as well as monitors to connect your own laptop to, all on adjustable tables. Conversations and zoom meetings are allowed in this space.