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Children's Nook: Guidelines

Children's Nook

Children are welcome in all areas of the library when accompanied by an adult. The Library, in conjunction with the MSU Family Resource Center, has created a family-friendly study area called the Children’s Nook where student parents can study with their children nearby. The Children’s Nook is jointly supported by MSU Family Resource Center and the MSU Libraries. It is located on the first floor, East Wing of the Main Library. Please note that the East Wing of the library is a designated quiet study area. Children are expected to comply with the library policy on noise disruptions.

Features of the Children's Nook:

  1. Student parents can study with their children nearby.
  2. Close to full set of applications PCs and MACS.
  3. E-token printer (1-SE) located nearby.
  4. Toys available for small children.
  5. Children’s computer loaded with age appropriate games.
  6. Children’s literature for use within the Children’s Nook.

Guidelines

Children's Nook Guidelines

Children are welcome in all areas of the library when accompanied by an adult. The Library, in conjunction with the MSU Family Resource Center, has created a family-friendly study area called the Children’s Nook where student parents can study with their children nearby. The Children’s Nook is jointly supported by MSU Family Resource Center and the MSU Libraries. It is located on the first floor, East Wing of the Main Library, near the Circulation desk and Browsing Collection. Please note that the East Wing of the library is a designated quiet study area. Children are expected to comply with the library policy on noise disruptions.

Features:

Student parents can study with their children nearby.

Toys available for small children.

Children’s computer loaded with age appropriate games.

Children’s literature for use within the Children’s Nook.

 
 

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