Throughout the Library, you will find new collaborate work spaces added this summer.
On the fourth (top) floor in what's now called the East Wing, there are two big-screen monitors into which you can plug your own notebook/laptop and collaborate, share, tutor, demonstrate, or just work big. These two spaces are perfect for groups of 3-5.
On the third floor, you'll find the Blue Corner, a big-screen monitor with a standard lab computer attached. There are also 3 tables (feel free to rearrange them) and rolling chairs. This flexible space is just right for any group size up to 12.
Also on the third floor is the Speakeasy/Media Screening Room (room 314). When not in use as a presentation practice space hosted by the Speakeasy, this room will soon be available for watching movies on DVD or Blu-ray on a big screen with surround sound. Sink right into one of the 5 oversized chairs and you'll think Northfield actually has a movie theater (but keep the sound level reasonable—you're still in a library after all).
And don't forget about that oldie-but-goodie, the Drawing Board, the collaborative space in the Reference Room with a lab computer and big-screen monitor.