Librarians room in library building in library management
The librarian normally has a separate room of his own, adjacent to the work room and opposite to the main counter area. This room should be centrally located, preferably of wood and glass construction, so that he can keep a watch on the activities of various sections. A few cupboards for important reference tools and locked almirahs for important documents are kept in the librarian's room. Usually generous space is provided in the librarian's room so that readers, vendors; and library staff can come and sit for discussion or any help. Some senior professional staff (e.g. Deputy librarian, Systems analyst) are provided with separate rooms of smaller dimensions.