Posts Tagged ‘study’

  • On the Lighter Side: Should You Check Your E-Mail?

    Repeatedly checking messages can wreak havoc with the sustained concentration needed for studying. Here is a handy chart to help you decide whether or not to check a message. Read more...
  • Looking for the Perfect Place to Study?

    There are many options – Group study rooms are always popular.  Sign ups are online at: http://www.law.seattleu.edu/Library.xml (see Study Rooms and Equipment Requests on the left.)  Carrels can also provide a feeling of privacy, but they do fill up quickly, especially the window seats. Carrels cannot be reserved.  Consider a table on the 4th floor […] Read more...
  • Study Aids Exhibit

    Our Study Aids exhibit helps familiarize our incoming 1Ls with the supplemental learning materials available in our library. (2nd floor) Study aids are aids to your study.  They are not intended to be a substitute for attending class and reading course materials. Read more...
  • Quiet Study Areas in the Library

    As a rule of thumb, the higher you go in the Library, the quieter it gets. The 4th floor is the quietest study floor, closely followed by the 3rd. The 2nd floor, because it serves as the entrance as well as houses the reference and circulation desks, is naturally the noisiest floor. Study rooms are […] Read more...