Answered By: Catherine Collins Last Updated: Jan 05, 2015 Views: 28
Generally, the Drexel Library is a more quiet area where students tend to work individually, while the new Post Learning Commons encourages more collaborative work. However, there are designated quiet areas in both buildings.
The largest of the quiet areas is on the second floor. When you walk to the top of the stairs, make a left and look for the large "Quiet Area" sign near the wall of long study tables. Another designated quiet space can be found on the first floor of the Drexel Library known as the South Wing where the microfilm and the books beginning with the call numbers Q-Z are shelved. Finally, there are also nine enclosed group study rooms on the second floor of the Drexel Library available by reservation.
Post Learning Commons
The third floor of the Post Learning Commons is a designated quiet area, and there are ten enclosed group study rooms available by reservation there as well.