Study spaces in the Libraries are open for all students to use. Please continue to wear a face covering if you can.
Our student meeting rooms are bookable for group work or individually if you need to attend an online teaching session.
To book a space follow the links below. Follow the instructions and make sure you confirm your booking by clicking on the "Submit my booking" button at the end of the process. You will receive an email confirming your booking and a reminder 24 hours before your booking time.
|Library||Area||Type of Study Space|
|Headingley||Ground Floor||Group study / PCs|
|Headingley||Ground Floor||Student meeting rooms|
|Headingley||Ground Floor||Disability Resource Area - JG G19c|
|Headingley||1st Floor||Student meeting rooms|
|Headingley||1st Floor||Silent study|
|Sheila Silver||Ground Floor||Group study / PCs|
|Sheila Silver||1st Floor||Group study / PCs|
|Sheila Silver||1st Floor||Student meeting rooms|
|Sheila Silver||2nd Floor||Group study / PCs|
|Sheila Silver||2nd Floor||Student meeting rooms|
|Sheila Silver||2nd Floor||Silent study|
|Sheila Silver||2nd Floor||Postgraduate Research Room|
|Sheila Silver||3rd Floor||Group study / PCs|
|Sheila Silver||3rd Floor||Student meeting rooms|
|Sheila Silver||3rd Floor||Silent study|
|Sheila Silver||3rd Floor||Postgraduate Research Room|
|Sheila Silver||3rd Floor||Disability Resource Area - LS 315|
Silent study is available on the first floor of Headingley Library and on the second and third floors of Sheila Silver Library.
Someone talking? Text us on 0113 320 7594 during staffed hours and we'll send someone to investigate.
There are over 900 PCs across the two Libraries.
You can use the PCs in the IT Labs if there is no teaching timetabled - check the timetable outside each room.
We also have self-service laptops that you can borrow to use in the Library or bring in your own and use the wireless network.
If the fire alarm sounds please leave the Library immediately by the nearest fire exit. Do not use the lifts.
"Safe havens" are designated for people with mobility difficulties.