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How do I turn up the lights in the library?

Last Updated: Mar 31, 2015  |  7 Views

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The William H. Hannon Library is LEED Gold certified, and the lights adapt to the brightness of the daylight outside. (To learn more, see this article.) If you notice that an area is too dark, please try the tip below (for group study rooms) or bring the issue to the attention of a library staff member so that they can troubleshoot the issue or create a facilities service request.

If you are in a group study room, due to California lighting standards, only half of the lights come on when you enter the group study room. To increase the light level, you can push the "II" button in the room after entering. When the room is left empty, the lighting system shuts down the lights and resets to half power once people enter again.

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