What is a TALTECH study room?
TALTECH’s study and group study rooms are working spaces equipped with modern communication devices the purpose of which is to offer coworking possibilities for students.
Who can use the study rooms?
Study rooms can be used by all the students of TalTech for study purposes.
Where are the study rooms?
Study rooms are located in the following facilities:
Information about Library group study rooms, individual study rooms, individual study rooms for a fee and the 24/7 study room can be found HERE
How can I access the study room?
You can access the study room with the Estonian student card, or with an ISIC or ITIC card. To open the door, place your card at the card reader once. For closing the room. place your card at the card reader twice.
If you have Access problems, please contact the student council by calling: +372 620 3621 or writing : firstname.lastname@example.org
Can I prebook a study room? How can I prebook?
All students who have agreed to the conditions of booking rooms may book group study rooms, e.g. rooms U03-102a and U03-102b trough the Office365 Outlook web app. For this, create a new meeting and set your requested coworking room as a location.
If the room is free, students can use it for study purposes for 180 consecutive minutes.
In case of misuse of the study room, the owner of the room has the right to deprive the users of the room of the right of Access.
Booking guidelines can be found HERE
Reminder for study room users
- Follow the guidelines for using devices.
- Do not disconnect wires.
- Do not litter. Clean the glass board after use.
- When leaving the room, please take your personal belongings and lock the door.
- If you have suggestions, please send us an e-mail: email@example.com
- For technical help, please contact the IT HelpDesk: +372 620 3333, firstname.lastname@example.org
- If you have Access problems, please contact the student council by calling: +372 620 3621 or writing : email@example.com
- In case of misuse of the study room, the owner of the room has the right to deprive the users of the room of the right of Access.