March 26 - 28, 2012 :: Baltimore, MD
Whether your institution is planning a renovation or a new library building, revitalizing the library as a learning space is a complex endeavor, requiring knowledge of library users' space needs and research-driven design, as well as a commitment to involving multiple stakeholders throughout the campus.
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This hands-on event will provide you with an integrated and practical approach to library planning and design. In this conference, you will:
- Analyze the latest in library design and learning space theory
- Investigate the fundamentals of library planning
- Explore a variety of student services found in libraries
- Uncover processes for working with project stakeholders and promoting campus involvement
A COMPREHENSIVE APPROACHThe conference will be organized by the five phases of library revitalization: vision and discovery, planning and programming, design, renovation, and operation. The most attention will be paid to the vision, planning, and design portions -- perfect for those at the beginning stages of their library revitalization.