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Study Rooms, Clinical (EPIC) Workstations, and Lockers
The Library provides individual & group study rooms, EPIC clinical workstations, and lockers for our clients. Policies applicable to the entire Library space – as found in the Library Use and Conduct Policy – also apply to all study rooms and workstations. Study room windows should remain uncovered and keep noise to a minimum; there is no soundproofing.
Individual Study Rooms
27 individual rooms are available 24/7 at the South Campus Library with or without computer and require no reservation.
Group Study Rooms (reservations available)
14 group study rooms are available at the South Campus Library. Group study rooms are intended for groups of two (2) or more for study or collaboration and are equipped with computers. Groups are encouraged to make reservations. Group study rooms are available for walk-in use when they are not reserved.
- Reservations may be made for up to four hours in a 24-hour period and up to one week in advance.
- Back-to-back reservations for the same room by the same group are not permitted.
- If a group study room fails to be occupied within 15 minutes of its reservation, the reservation is forfeited, and the room will be made available to others.
- Group study rooms should be occupied during the reserved time.
- Once a group leaves the room, it will be made available for others.
- Reasonable noise levels should be maintained. To prevent noise from leaving the room, the door should be closed at all times when a group is using a room.
- Leaving personal belongings within a room does not constitute occupancy.
- The Library is not responsible for the loss of belongings left in unattended rooms.
Clinical (EPIC) Workstation (reservations available)
4 Clinical (EPIC) workstations available at South Campus and North Campus Branch Libraries. South Campus Clinical (EPIC) workstations may be reserved up to four hours in a 24-hour period and up to one week in advance.
Clinical (EPIC) workstations are intended for 2nd, 3rd, and 4th year medical students, UT Southwestern faculty and hospital staff for EPIC access, and Parkland EPIC trainers.
- The rooms are available on a first-come, first-served basis and may be reserved online using the library room scheduling system.
- Rooms may be reserved for up to four (4) hours in a 24-hour period, but no more than one (1) week in advance.
- If a Clinical (EPIC) Workstation fails to be occupied within 15 minutes of its reservation, the reservation is forfeited, and the room will be made available to others.
- Clinical (EPIC) Workstations should be occupied during the reserved time. Once a person leaves the room, it will be made available for others. Leaving personal belongings within a room does not constitute occupancy. The Library is not responsible for the loss of belongings left in unattended clinical workstations.
- Clinical (EPIC) Workstations are available for walk-in use when they are not reserved. Individuals are encouraged to make reservations. Individuals with reservations have priority.
There are free lockers available in the South Campus (main) Library which may be used by affiliated UTSW students, faculty, and staff on a first-come, first-served basis. Only personal materials may be kept in the locker. Lockers are located on the Main Floor in the corner to the right of room E2.408 near the Fire Exit. Clients must use their own locks.
Lockers are available on a semester basis, and maintenance will be performed during the first week of each semester (January, May, and August). Signage will be posted for locker users to remove their locks and items during this period. If items are not removed during the maintenance period, the lock will be removed and the contents will be sent to UTSW Security Lost and Found, contact: (214) 648-8311.
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