Lund University Library has individual study spaces and group work spaces. We also have reading rooms reserved for researchers. The Special Collections Reading Room is for reading archival material and manuscripts.
We have study spaces scattered throughout the library and in reading rooms. The study spaces are on the entrance floor and the first floor. The group work spaces are on the third floor. We also have bookable group study rooms on the entrance floor.
Individual study spaces
There are individual study spaces on the entrance floor and the first floor. These spaces are not silent, you may hear background noise from other visitors in the library. Be considerate when talking on your mobile phone and use headphones with your computer to avoid sound leakage.
Group work spaces and group study rooms
We have group work spaces on the third floor, which are screened. You cannot book the seats.
We also have group study rooms, which you can book. The group study rooms are on the entrance floor.
Silent reading rooms
Our reading rooms are on the entrance floor and are suitable for those seeking a silent environment. Computers are allowed but use headphones to avoid sound leakage. Your mobile phone should be turned off or in silent mode. In Bengtssonssalen there are reading booths. In Tegnérssalen there are larger tables.
Special Collections Reading Room
In the Special Collections Reading Room, you read archival material and manuscripts. You need to book a seat in the Special Collections Reading Room at least one hour in advance.
Please remember to cancel your seat if you are unable to attend.
Scholars' reading rooms
The scholars' reading rooms Scriptoriet and Collijnska are reserved for researchers. At the information desk, you can get a code for the door. These reading rooms are located on the 1st floor. It's also possible to rent a locker or a trolley where you can keep your in-house loans.