Study Spaces - Library Edition

As a student, it is important to solidify your favourite study spot. Here are a few libraries that your fellow Woodsworth students enjoy studying at!

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1. ROBARTS LIBRARY

Robarts is the main humanities and social sciences library of the University of Toronto Libraries and the largest individual library in the university. Roberts offers a range of services including: printing, information commons, and a reasonably priced cafeteria. Robarts has many study spaces that can accommodate large study groups as well as quiet individual sessions. 

2. CAVEN LIBRARY

Located in Knox College, the Caven Library is often said to resemble Hogwarts. It is a great study space for students who enjoy antique settings and quiet study areas. It is convenient for students in Life Sciences in terms of its location. Caven Library also bears the most relevant resources for those interested in topics concerning religion. 

3. JOHN W. GRAHAM LIBRARY 

John W. Graham is located at Trinity College - a short walk away from Woodsworth. Graham Library offers a number of services such as computer workstations, group study sessions, and course support. Its literature collection is comprised of the following topics: international relations, ethics, and the humanities, as well as theological disciplines and resources related to the Anglican Church.

4. INNIS COLLEGE LIBRARY 

The Innis College Library is located across the street from Woodsworth overtop a quant cafeteria. The inns library offers an intimate study space containing a computer lab, literature, printing services, and advanced resources for Cinema Studies students. 

5. E.J. PRATT LIBRARY

E.J. Pratt Library is located near Victoria College, and is known for its modern architectural design. The Pratt Library offers an abundance of study spaces suitable for small or large study groups. The Pratt Library has a decently sized computer station, and great printing services. 

6. EMANUEL LIBRARY

Emanuel Library is regarded as one of the most aesthetically pleasing libraries at the University of Toronto. It provides a disturbance-free setting for focused students. The library also contains an array of journals, books, digital materials, and other content on theology and Christianity. 

7. HART HOUSE LIBRARY

The Hart House Library is ideal for bookworms who are looking for a variety of reading materials. It caters more towards casual book browsers and individuals interested in brief study periods than lengthy sit-down sessions.