Study spaces all over campus
As everyone gets busy with assignments and revision, remember there are lots of study spaces around Canterbury campus.
The Templeman Library is open 24/7 until June (including over Easter).
Templeman East is often less busy than West. We’ve just added more study spaces, and there are large Quiet and Silent PC rooms.
There are Study hubs across campus. You can use most of them no matter where you live. Study hubs are spaces to work in a quiet, relaxed setting, whether you’re using a PC, at a table or sofa, on your own or in a group. All of them have PCs and Print Copy Scan machines, and some are open 24/7.
Find a free PC
If you need a student PC, check how many PCs are free around campus before you choose where to go – it could save you time looking for one.
In the Templeman Library, check the screens to see where in the Library there are free PCs. From start of next term there will be some additional revision spaces too.
E-resources wherever you go
You can use Library resources, like e-books, journals, news and statistics, wherever you are, at any time. You don’t have to be in the Library or even on campus – just log in with your Kent IT Account.
Need to relax with some reading?
Have a look at our Wellbeing and Self Help reading list. All the books on it are available online or as books you can borrow from in the Templeman Library, or both.
- Study and exam skills
- Healthy eating
- Coping with stress and anxiety
Try the new Templeman Library Chill Out Zone!
Relax in a calm pop-up space in the Library – open just for exam season. Take some time out from your revision, flop on a beanbag or comfy chair, enjoy the views, do some colouring or just chill. No studying allowed!
You can find the Chill Out Zone on Floor 3, Templeman East. Take the stairs or lift to the top of the Library and turn left, it’s the room in the corner. The space is open from 09:00-21:00 Monday to Friday and you’ll need your KentOne card to enter.