What do digital equipment reserves, drab study spaces, and a bucket of green paint have in common? Can you imagine installing real outdoor playground equipment inside your library? Do you find it difficult to find displays for library items, computers, study areas, and program rooms that all need to fit in the same space that existed before the contemporary paradigm shift in library services?
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Want to hear how one university's recent rapid growth, loss of their main campus computer lab, and increased foot traffic led to the changes in their library's space needs? Or how one library addressed the needs of a growing after-school teen population by creating a dedicated teen space? How about how an outgrown children's space converted to teen/makerspace where all are welcome and everyone has something to contribute and/or learn?