Posts tagged: New York

Library Design Research

Based on visiting seven independent school libraries in the New York City area last week, here are some of my takeaway ideas and notes about library design, use and technology integration: Research is becoming more collaborative, and less individual.  However, spaces for individual work are still important. Research is becoming noisier, legitimately.  However, the need […]

Saturday April 24th, 2010 in , , , | 5 Comments »

Walking in Gotham

A long time ago, an undergraduate at the University of Oregon was hanging out in the library newspaper section, thinking about where he wanted to go to grad school.  Eugene, Oregon had been a great town to be a college student in (in a one bedroom apartments for around $125 a month), but it was […]

Thursday April 22nd, 2010 in , | 2 Comments »

Quick iPad Impressions

I’ve been a bit limited in the ways I can use the iPad this week, because when I buy Internet access from the hotel I can only put it on one device.  Thus, I need to have the Internet on my laptop, and I don’t get the full experience of the iPad. However, I did […]

Wednesday April 21st, 2010 in , , | Comments Off on Quick iPad Impressions

Stranded in New York

I had a good flight to New York last week on Wednesday, and then I and some colleagues visited seven independent school libraries to learn about both their design and programs, and the future of school libraries in general. One thing that came up several times is that research is becoming more collaborative, and less […]

Sunday April 18th, 2010 in , , , , | 1 Comment »
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