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Engineering -- ENGR110/112

How to use library services and resources for new engineering students.

Group and individual silent study spaces

Study rooms in McPherson Library are available for use by registered UVic undergraduate and graduate students for group study or projects relating to a UVic course.

  • Book rooms online with a valid Netlink ID.

  • Study rooms are equipped with whiteboards. Students can borrow a data projector from the Music and Media Loan Desk to use in the study rooms.

  • Study tables are located throughout the main and second floors.

  • Silent study space is available in designated areas on the lower level and third floor.

  • There are lots of comfortable chairs located on the lower, main, and second floors.

  • More questions? Visit the FAQs

Food and Drink

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To provide a comfortable, positive, and welcoming learning environment for students, the Mearns Centre for Learning - McPherson Library allows food and covered drinks in most areas.

Please help us maintain our facilities and collections:

  • Keep a lid on drinks.
  • Enjoy your cold snacks (we have recycling and garbage bins available on all floors – compost bins can be found in the BiblioCafé).
  • Tell our staff about any spills or garbage issues (call the Loan Desk at 250-721-8230 or text us at 778-400-4518).
  • Avoid putting liquids in the garbage bins.

There are a few areas and types of food that are not permitted:

  • No food or drinks in Special Collections and Archives.
  • No hot and/or aromatic foods in any area.
  • No food deliveries to the Library.

Please be conscious of your fellow students and community members – food wrappers and snacks can be noisy!

Thanks for helping us make this a comfortable environment for everyone.

 

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