Following the opening of classrooms and laboratories, the first study rooms inside the Poli Porta Nuova, Piagge and Pacinotti are now ready for use. Three of these will be accessible from Wednesday 30th September, with 148 places available exclusively by reservation up to 24 hours prior to use.
Reservations can be made at the following links:
- study room Polo 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
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 and the change of occupancy between the morning and afternoon slots.
As with the classrooms, students will be able to use the QR codes from the Signs system to verify whether the workspace has already been occupied in the same half-day slot and is, therefore, unavailable until the next sanitization.
Outdoor study rooms can also be reserved up to 24 hours prior to use. In this case the links are:
- study room 'Verde' Pacinotti: https://agende.unipi.it/gqp-qim-hmn
- study room 'Verde' ex Salesiani-Carità: https://agende.unipi.it/oqy-cwl-wqu
- study room 'Verde' Veterinaria: https://agende.unipi.it/wbq-dlv-vwr
- study room 'Verde' Chimica: https://agende.unipi.it/ntw-llc-hay
- study room 'Verde' Polo Piagge: https://agende.unipi.it/rhk-okx-rff
“The University of Pisa has taken a further cautious step towards normality with the reopening of these first study rooms,” commented the Rector Paolo Mancarella. “While monitoring the start of in-person teaching, we were preparing the reopening of the indoor study rooms making sure that there was adequate ventilation and air change. I understand the students’ impatience, and this is perhaps the most important feature of their youthful age, but the emergency is not yet over, and we must continue to be prudent. I trust in the sense of responsibility of our students who I urge to use Signs.”
Along with the three indoor study rooms, the University of Pisa will also open a new ‘green study room’ in the Polo Piagge-Economia-Agraria area (opposite and next to room 7 at the Department of Agriculture) with 100 places which, added to those already in existence, brings the total number of outdoor workspaces currently available to 365.