Space for Library Camp London has been generously provided by Senate House Library, University of London.

We're using the Middlesex South Reading Room and the Goldsmiths Reading Room on the fourth floor of Senate House Library. There is also a smaller seated area within our Membership Hall that may be useful for small group discussion or breakouts.

Both reading rooms will be cleared of tables and desks to provide two large, open spaces that can be used flexibly by large and small group discussions, rhyme-time sessions, zombie thriller dances, etc. We hope that by using large, open rooms we will encourage campers to follow the "law of two feet" and move between sessions as they wish.

Wireless Internet access

Free wireless access will be provided to meet your social media needs. A password will be given out on the day for the Conferences network.
Additionally, Senate House provides Internet access via eduroam.

Adjacent to both rooms is an office which will be locked during the day to provide storage for coats and bags.


Goldsmiths Reading Room

View towards the far window from the entrance:
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View towards the entrance:
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This image of the Goldsmiths Reading Room arranged for a book launch event gives a better impression of the space:

Middlesex South Reading Room
The room currently houses desktop PCs for reader use - these are being removed in February and the desks rearranged.
Pictures of our Middlesex North Reading Room (an identical space) give a better impression of how the room will look without clutter.

View of the room from gallery level:
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