Meet up in the Library…
Teaching Assistants and Teaching Apprentices have the opportunity schedule office hours or drop in review sessions in the Library. Reservations are still available for the consultation cubicles in the East Learning Commons are still available for Spring Quarter.
Students, if you would like your TA to meet you in the Library, let them know about this service.
Visit our webpage for details http://libraries.ucsd.edu/services/ta-instructors/index.html or Learning Spaces Program’s Outreach Specialist Dorthea Stewart, at email@example.com or 858.534.8378 for reservations.
The Geisel TA/Instructor Consultations Area currently offers a round table & 3 chairs in a semi-private area. Mobile whiteboards are available in the surrounding area that can be used, as needed. While no computer is available, wireless and powered outlets are available.
The BLB Consultations Area is in Room 201, beyond the book stacks on the 2nd floor. It offers a large table with chairs and a wall-mounted whiteboard in a small room. While no computer is available, wireless and powered outlets are available.
We welcome any suggestions about additional equipment that might be useful in the spaces.
There are 5 wireless equipped laptops available for checkout at the Biomedical Library Building! These laptops can be checked out by UC San Diego students, staff, and faculty for up to 3 hours at a time. For questions or assistance contact BLB front desk staff at (858) 534-3253
New Books Bulletin Board
New Book bulletin board is a work of art. Do you judge a book by its cover? Are you fascinated with the creativity of book jackets? Viewing the New Books Bulletin Board may prompt you to look up the call number to test out you guesses on content. The cover art of recently cataloged book may viewed on the bulletin boards in two areas of the Library. The Geisel first floor computer Lab was the first installation of book covers and a second bulletin board is now viewable in the East Learning Commons.
Take a look then perform a title or author search on Roger for the call number and shelving location. It is a fun way to view miniature art and find new books to read.
This is an open invitation to the Book Cover Galleria – plus one ok.
Do you like to read bumper stickers? This puzzle was just completed in the Geisel East Learning Commons. The new one has a totally different topic and looks really interesting.
Submit an original photo of the Library (interior or exterior, Geisel or BLB) to LearningSpaces@ucsd.edu using the subject line “VIP Study Room.” You will be entered into a random drawing to win exclusive, 24-hour “VIP” use of a study room in the Geisel East Learning Commons (Room 2) from 10 am on Monday, March 16 until 10 am on March 17. The winner will also receive eight guest passes to invite friends to bask in your VIP treatment and share the VIP gift basket of finals-themed necessities and study treats.
Those submitting photos must be current UCSD students.
- Include your full name in the email when submitting your photo.
- You may submit up to 10 separate photos (in a single or multiple emails).
- All submissions will become property of the UCSD Library and may be displayed, at the Library’s discretion, within the Library or on its website.
- Submissions must have been taken by the person submitting them for the contest.
- Photos should not include any identifiable persons who have not expressly provided their permission to be photographed for this purpose.
Photos will be accepted through noon on Tuesday, March 10. The winner will be selected at random from all entries and notified on March 11. Do not let this opportunity to be a Library celeb for a day pass you by.
Have you taken the opportunity to work on the fun puzzles in the Library? If not, visit the East Learning Commons or the Reference area puzzle. Take time to enter the contest by completing a comment slip.
Have a cool photo you’d like to be shown in Geisel Library? Send it to LearningSpaces@ucsd.edu by 5 pm on Monday, January 19 and we’ll consider it for a collage we’re making for a large study room. We welcome primarily photos about the library (interior, exterior, anything), campus (places and activities), UCSD students (studying, relaxing, playing, working, and more), and La Jolla/Southern California (scenery, city-scapes, activities, and more), but might consider others as well if you have a particular favorite.
Submitting photos indicates your willingness for the library to post them in a public area of the library. You may (and are encouraged to) send photos of yourself, but please do not send photos of other identifiable people without their permission. Please send your full name and email along with the photo(s). Submit as many as you like. The library will select the final photos to be displayed.
Direct any questions to LearningSpaces@ucsd.edu.
It’s the last week of classes before finals week. Find and reserve group study rooms in the Geisel Library and Biomedical Library Buildings online.
Our study rooms are equipped with whiteboards, electricity, and those on the first and second floors of Geisel include flat screen monitors that laptops can connect to. Many have beautiful views of campus and the surrounding landscape, as well as hydration stations with unlimited, filtered water in close proximity!
If not, stop by the shared puzzle table on the second floor near the Reference Assistance Desk (RAD) just to the left of the photo copier.
If not, stop by the East Learning Commons (G2E) and work on latest shared puzzle on that table.
The viewing and testing period has been extended for a short time. A new group study piece has been added. Come over to the Geisel Two East Learning Commons (G2E) and test them for yourself.
We want your opinion so use the feedback forms posted around the room to share your thoughts with us. In addition, feedback is always welcome at learningspaces.ucsd.edu