Are there any adjustable tables and desks inside of the library?
Yes, the library has several options if you are looking for a height-adjustable table or desk. You can choose to raise or lower the table by using the buttons located on the front right-side of the table. The tables must be plugged into an outlet in order for the height to be adjusted. These workstations are available on a first-come, first-serve basis for anyone to use — however, library users who need these tables to accommodate disability needs are given top priority.
Here are a few places in the library that you can find a height-adjustable workstation:
- Main Floor: Two PC workstations on height-adjustable tables are located near the Popular Reading collection and the LibLab.
- 2nd Floor: One located near the Area 49 Desk; and one located near the corner stairwell closest to the main entrance, passed the Study Cubicles.
- 3rd Floor: One located near the atrium (closest to the main staircase) by the Government Documents Collection; and one located near the corner stairwell.
There is also a floor map available to assist you with locating the height-adjustable desks on the 2nd and 3rd floor.
If you would like to find more information about how the library is ensuring our services and spaces are accessible to everyone, you can visit the library's Accessibility webpage.
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