18 · Survey Results: Survey Questions and Responses
1. Please indicate the types of dedicated learning spaces available at your library. Check all that apply.
Open group study space 71 99%
Open space with fixed computers and general software 71 99%
Open quiet study space 69 96%
Classroom with fixed computers and general software 67 93%
Exhibit space 65 90%
Events space 64 89%
Reservable group study rooms 60 83%
Classroom with tables and chairs but no computers 56 78%
Classroom with fixed computers and specialized software 53 74%
Multimedia lab with multimedia software 50 69%
Reservable presentation rehearsal rooms 45 63%
Undergraduate Commons 30 42%
Reservable individual study rooms 29 40%
Graduate Student Commons 17 24%
Spaces restricted by discipline 10 14%
Visualization lab 9 13%
Makerspace 9 13%
Faculty Commons 8 11%
Gaming lab 6 8%
Hackerspace 1 1%
Other type of learning space 34 47%
Please briefly describe the other type of learning space. N=34
Belfer Audio Archive classroom and recording studio, Biblio Gallery (for student exhibitions)
Classroom with dedicated laptop computers, flexible arrangement of tables and chairs
Center for Accessible Technologies
Collaborativity space: a multidisciplinary area designated for collaborative innovation.
Dedicated room for students with disabilities, child-friendly group study room for student parents accompanied by
young children
DesignLab: consulting service for digital media projects (i.e., a “writing center for digital media.”) Media Studios:
classrooms for use by courses (regular, timetable, for-credit classes from across campus, all disciplines) that require
digital media studio space approach—collaborative, technology-rich, but not a “computer classroom.” WisCEL
(Wisconsin Collaboratory for Enhanced Learning): two centers that provide large-scale active learning spaces for flipped
classroom pedagogy, break-out rooms in a variety of sizes, and pedagogical support for faculty taking a blended
learning approach. All three of these initiatives were designed collaboratively with campus and libraries to meet
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