Auraria LibraryCurrently Closed
- Address: 1100 Lawrence St, 80204, Denver, United States
- Timings: 08:00 am - 06:00 pm Details
- Ticket Price: Free
- Tags: Community And Government, Libraries
Auraria Library is a government-owned community centre and a library. Auraria Library is located in the beautiful city of Denver in United States.
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This all-inclusive library boasts a great collection of sources of information and other resources that are accessible to general public. The material available here is available in both print and electronic format and includes the likes of books, documents, newspapers, manuscripts, maps, prints, guide books, microform, CDs, cassettes, videotapes, DVDs, e-books, audiobooks, and many more. Other amenities at this library include a reading room and clean, drinking water.
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I needed a quick question answered from a librarian. They have an amazing chat feature on the main page of the website. It was the first time I used it, and I will definitely be using it again. I got an instant response from someone who was nice, courteous and knowledgeable. I highly recommend using this feature if you need a quick question answered and aren't right in front of the library steps.
I stopped going to the school library because I don't feel safe going there with all the homeless people hanging out all day and taking all the space. I don't feel comfortable leaving my belongings just to go use the restroom or get books for resource because I know they're going to steal students, faculty, or staff members belongings.
Great place to study! And has a great variety of seating! Auraria police officers are on patrol for your safety! Restrooms are remodeled and look up to date. Coffee shop is on the west end of the library and makes it a great place to get a drink and meet up with friends.
Unfortunately our school library is not a great place to study. How is it that the wifi signal in this building is so bad? Why wasn't this issue addressed during the lengthy remodel? Also, it can be very difficult to find a place to study there, especially during midterms and finals. Sometimes there's one student at a large desk that could have been used by four students, while numerous other students are searching hopelessly for a place to study. Other times, the upstairs, which is supposed to be quiet study, is so loud that I end up having to leave in hopes of finding a quiet place. There is a "deep-quiet study area", but people don't seem to respect the rules there either. The sign outside of the deep-quiet study area specifically says that there is no eating allowed in there. Of course the last time I was there, a young gentleman decided to come and eat his rather pungent meal, very disruptively, while listening to his loud headphones. (Couldn't he eat anywhere else?!) There are only a handful of very small desks there and insufficient outlets. If you need to charge your computer and use it at the same time, there are no means of doing so. While I have addressed these issues with library staff on several occasions, I have yet to see an improvement. Students upstairs continue to carry out loud and length conversations, when the entire downstairs is designated for group-study. On several occasions, when I have finally found a good place to study, I have had to intervene and ask students to keep quiet. This should not be an issue. I really hope that this library will improve and be a better place for students to study.
The staff are lazy and terrible at their jobs.