Group Study Rooms
Group Study Rooms may be reserved up to one week in advance for a period of three hours per group, per day. There are group study rooms in both library locations. Six of the study rooms contain additional equipment suitable for presentation practice and group collaboration. Collaborative Study Rooms may be used as normal group study rooms when the equipment is not needed by another group. Several rooms have whiteboards and markers are available for checkout at the circulation desk.
Online Study Room Reservation System: Requires Georgetown Law NetID
Six group study rooms are equipped with an overhead projector that will allow Georgetown Law students, faculty, and staff to connect to the projector with their laptop and share notes, documents, presentations, and other electronic information. (Stop by the circulation desk to check out the remote control.) Collaborative Study Rooms are found at these locations:
- Williams Law Library: Rooms 322A, 322B, 522A, 535
- Wolff International and Comparative Law Library. Rooms 4010 and 4007
To access the study room projectors, you must first load and configure software on your laptop and be connected to the Law Center's wireless network. Following is information on downloading and installing the software for the projectors. If you have any problems or comments about the equipment or software, please let us know.
Downloading the Projector Software
- Go to this page on the Epson website.
- Select your operating system (e.g. Macintosh or Windows 32-bit).
- Click the link for EasyMP Network Projection.
- Click the Download Now button.
- Follow the on-screen instructions from this point to download and install the software.
Connecting to the Projector in a Group Study Room
- Turn on the projector. You will need the projector's IP address to connect to it from your computer.
- Launch EasyMP Network Projection and choose "Advanced Connection Mode." EasyMP will automatically search for a project, but won't find any.
- Find the projector's IP address in the image displayed on the wall. If no IP address is displayed, make sure the projector's input is set to EasyMP.
- Click "Manual Connection" in EasyMP and enter the IP address.
- The projector should now show up in EasyMP. Select it and click "Connect."
- To disconnect from the project, click "Disconnect" in the EasyMP toolbar.