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Studying 2.0

02 October 2013

There is a new place to study in the University Library: the Learning Grid. It is the first part of much more extensive renovation work. The Learning Grid was designed to meet students' wishes, with modern and flexible studying as its main focus. There are places to work with others with good computer facilities, plenty of opportunities to plug in your laptop or tablet, private nooks and corners to discuss things in groups, mobile desks, adaptable curtains, meeting spots and lounge areas.

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