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Library Essentials: Booking rooms

Booking a Room

To book a room, visit ECU Spatial Information System (ECUSIS) and log in using your ECU login.

  1. Select Room Bookings.
  2. Select ML Library (Mt Lawley), JO Library (Joondalup) or BU Library (Bunbury) for room locations.
  3. Select the room you would like to book.
  4. Select the day and time you would like (2 hour booking per day only).
  5. In the Meeting Title box, type in your student number.
  6. Click Make Booking
  7. Your room is now booked. You will be sent a booking receipt to your student email account. Note: If you do not receive a receipt, an error may have occurred and the room is not booked.
  8. Log off from the booking system.
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A number of group and silent study rooms are available for you to use at each of our campus libraries.

  • One 2 hour booking per day is permitted with a maximum of five active bookings per person.
  • Bookings are forfeited if room is not occupied after 15 minutes.
  • If you experience problems booking a room, please email advising room number and date.

If you need help using these rooms, please see enquiry desk staff.

Joondalup Library: quiet study areas are located on Level 3, see signage.

Mt Lawley Library: Level 4 is entirely dedicated to quiet study.

South West Library: see signage for silent study locations.

An Accessible Technologies Room is available at each of our campus libraries. These rooms provide appropriate study facilities with adjustable tables and chairs, and computers with specialised software for text enlargement, audible text and scanning.

Please note: If you are using the text enlargement and voice reproducing software on these computers to access e-Reserve articles from the library catalogue, you may occasionally find the text will not enlarge or reproduce to voice correctly. Please see a library staff member or the Student Equity Officer as the document can be converted to OCR format to resolve this problem

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