Group Study Rooms Group Study Rooms There are five group study rooms on the second floor: rooms 201, 202, 205, 206, and 231. They can all be booked online. Room Equipment LCD monitor with HDMI laptop hookup.Whiteboard and markers.Refurbished table and chairs. If you have questions, please ask at the Loans Desk on the Ground Floor. More group study rooms are available at other UofT Libraries. Booking Policies Occupancy Minimum: 3 persons per room.Group bookings are restricted to U of T students, staff, and faculty with a valid UTORid.Rooms can be booked for up to 3 hours per day.Rooms can be booked up to 4 weeks in advance.Those who have booked a room have priority for use of the room with the following exceptions: Rooms booked, but unoccupied after 15 minutes, will become available to others.A group vacating a group study room for breaks longer than 20 minutes will forfeit the room. Code of Conduct Rooms are for studying and academic group work.Individuals or groups using a bookable group study room should be prepared to move to accommodate those who have booked the room.Eating is not permitted in the study rooms.Study rooms are not sound-proof; please be respectful of others in the area while using the rooms.Everyone using the study rooms is expected to honour the Library Conduct Regulations.Disclaimer: The University of Toronto Libraries are not responsible for loss or damage of items left unattended in the room. The Kelly Library has five group study rooms which can all be booked online. All group study rooms are equipped with a flatscreen television with an HDMI hookup and a whiteboard with markers. Laptops are available to be borrowed from the Loans, Information, and Research Help Desk on the ground floor of the library. If you have questions, please see the Loans, Information, and Research Help Desk on the ground floor of the library. More group study rooms are available at other UofT Libraries.