Keep up to date with renovations at the Baillieu this year! We are creating more study spaces for you!
The second floor has been looking a little unloved for sometime, so it's time to drag it into the 21st Century.
It's about to undergo a much needed and extensive renovation to create even more study spaces (and extra toilets), as well as an increase in power points to as many seats as possible.
It will be awesome, beautiful, light, amazing!
Meanwhile, the southwest corner of the ground floor has now been remodelled to create:
If you like our ground floor renovations, you're going to love what has been planned for the second floor...
MAR - JUL/AUG 2017
The book collection from 700 - 799 has been relocated to Level 3.
The 400s, 500s & 600s have been moved from one end of Level 2 to the other to accommodate building work - but don't worry, books will be accessible at all times during all stages of construction.
We have also relocated some seating for you from this floor to Lower Ground and Level 1.
JUL/AUG - OCT/NOV 2017
It's a major operation...
Collections on Level 2 will be moved back to the newly completed south end of this floor.
The North end of this floor will be under construction, and we'll be on the home stretch to creating those extra powered study spaces.
The beautiful new study space on the Ground Floor (North) of the Baillieu opened at the end of 2016. It has:
Please bear with us...
While this process is underway, remember there are seats in all library branches across the university, such as the new expanded spaces at the Giblin Eunson Library on Barry Street.
And don't forget the:
We'll keep you updated with information throughout this process, but if you wish to speak to library staff,
please see us at the Service Desk at the Baillieu Library.