Creating Engaging Library Spaces
New and refurbished Library spaces create vibrant, innovative and engaging environments for students.
The Library strives to provide quality virtual and physical environments that support excellence and innovation in research and learning and offer a variety of social, informal and collaborative spaces for individual and group learning.
Recent upgrades include the extension to the Ourimbah campus Library in 2012 and the refurbishment of the Auchmuty Library Roof Terrace during 2013.
A key to the success of the recent upgrades has been listening and responding to student feedback. Students are clear about the need for a wide range of different study spaces in the Library, encompassing, group, silent and quiet spaces.
HC118 in the Huxley Library is the next area set for refurbishment. Work conducted throughout the 2013 - 2014 summer recess will create a re-purposed study area with new group and silent study spaces, upgraded furniture and brand new PCs.