From 2nd November, students at the University of Pisa will have two more indoor study rooms, one in Polo Fibonacci (40) and the other in Polo Pacinotti (46), offering a total of 86 places. A third study room will soon be available in Palazzo Ricci, with a further 50 places. This brings the total number of study rooms reopened in accordance with health and safety regulations to 6, providing a total of 284 places available exclusively by reservation 24 hours prior to use. The 46 places in the new study room at Polo Pacinotti can be reserved using the system currently in force.
Reservations can be made at the following links:
- study roomPolo Piagge: https://agende.unipi.it/bno-irb-rbh
- study room Porta Nuova: https://agende.unipi.it/pxk-vrp-qrs
- study room Pacinotti: https://agende.unipi.it/lfm-snn-wpj
- study room Pacinotti 2: https://agende.unipi.it/lfm-snn-wpj
- study room Fibonacci: https://agende.unipi.it/xop-afl-swa
- study roomPalazzo Ricci: https://agende.unipi.it/xow-pdb-krs
In accordance with the rules which apply to the rooms reopened on 30th September, each student may occupy one place a day, choosing between two time slots: 8.30am-1.30pm and 2pm-7pm, which includes a half-hour break to allow for sanitization mid-day in order to guarantee the maximum safety for students and the change of occupancy between the morning and afternoon slots.
Each workspace will have its own QR Code from the Signs system which allows students to verify whether the workspace has already been occupied by someone else in the same half day slot and is, therefore, unavailable until the next sanitization.
“The reopening of these new indoor study rooms was a delicate but necessary move,” commented the Rector Paolo Mancarella. “At the start of lessons it was fundamental to try and meet our students’ needs and I wish to reassure them that I understand their discomfort, but with the worsening of the emergency it was important to take all the necessary precautions to safeguard their health. For this reason, while we are working on the possibility of reopening further spaces, I feel impelled to urge them to continue behaving considerately, following the preventative measures of our safety protocols, as they are in fact doing at present.”
The “green study rooms” will continue to be available but it will no longer be necessary to reserve a place.