From Library to Innovation Learning Space

In this webinar, learn from a panel of visionaries who will share their expertise in turning an underused, outdated library into a thriving 21st century learning hub. From building media centers to creating makerspaces, they will discuss their transformations as well as the goals, processes, and outcomes of the projects. Tune in if you have a space that could use an update. View On Demand
Presented by: School Outfitters & Library Journal Event Date & Time: Wednesday, December 13th, 2017, 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM ET / 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM PT A dull library does little to invite engagement. To meet the diverse needs and interests of students, libraries must strive to provide a modern, patron-driven and service-centric environment. With so many variables, where do you start? In this webinar, learn from a panel of visionaries who will share their expertise in turning an underused, outdated library into a thriving 21st century learning hub. From building dynamic media centers to creating makerspaces, they will discuss their successful transformations as well as the goals, processes, and outcomes of the projects. Tune in if you have a space that could use an update or want to know more about 21st century learning environments.

Panelists

  • Linda Conway - Director Innovation and Design Center and Library Programming, Douglas County School District (CO)
  • Matt Freeman - Director of Teaching and Learning 9-12, Kings Local School District (OH)
  • Michelle Booher - Sales Manager, School Outfitters

Moderator

  • Rebecca Jozwiak - Library Journal
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