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Crunch Time!

January 24, 2012 | Soheli | Comments (0)

It's Exam Time!Oh, yes, it's exam time for many of our younger Cedarbrae customers!

The library is packed to the max, so if you're planning on getting some studying done, here's a few helpful tips:

If you have a large study group, ask if there is any study space available in our larger program room on the main floor. If there are no scheduled programs, it will be open to use. Smaller groups and individuals may want to book a study room on the second floor. Keep in mind, however, these rooms must be booked in person, to a maximum of two hours per group, and they get booked up fast -- so arrive early and claim your space! Just have your library card handy, please (we'll need that to reserve your time).

If you need a computer, remember that you can reserve an hour of time before you even set foot in the branch: just give us a call (416-396-8850) and be ready to provide your library card number and preferred time. Alternately, if you have your own laptop (or iPhone, Blackberry, etc) you can always connect to our wireless internet for free.

If you need research material, and don't have the time to wait for items on hold, remember that many resources can be found through the Toronto Public Library website. You can access many of these electronic resources from home with an internet connection and a library card. If you're in the branch, be sure to drop by the Information Desk upstairs and ask a librarian for help!

It's a stressful time, and many students may find themselves in the library for a few hours at a time, so if you need a snack, you can grab something from the vending machines on the main floor, or have a drink at the water fountain.

Study hard and good luck on all your exams!



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