An Amigos Online Conference
February 16, 2017
The physical spaces of libraries have evolved tremendously in recent years. While some libraries exist in small spaces (existing in one small room), others have the space to have children’s, senior, teen, and even new adult spaces. The interpretations of how a library responds to patrons’ needs within their physical spaces varies to a nearly infinite degree.
Has your library recently remodeled or reimagined its library space? Does your library respond to your populations by creating specific spaces for varying purposes (such as a community room or quiet space)? Has your library had success in creating age-specific spaces such as teen spaces, children’s spaces, or senior spaces? Does your library create unique virtual spaces for patrons to access remotely?
For more information about this conference, contact Tracy Byerly, email@example.com or 800-843-8482 ext. 2893.