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Entrance and public activities discussed in Future's Library 2.0

News: Mar 31, 2016

The working group for the Future’s Library 2.0 discussed premises for public activities and the entrance space at their last meeting. The group suggests the need for a meeting point for open events and a café in the new Humanities and Art Library, and that a new solution doesn’t affect or interfere with the core activities.

During their last meeting the working group discussed “premises for the library’s public activities: seminars, lectures, exhibitions, café etc.” The group took a stand for the need of public environments in the new library, in addition to the collections and the study and research space. The group suggests that the library’s entrance should be separated from the core activities to facilitate meetings, conversations, knowledge sharing and information. There is also need for an exhibition space, for both the library’s own collections and about the university’s research and education. A café is also wished for, as well as a meeting point for open lectures, music, student union’s meetings etc. The group suggested that it is possible to coordinate these activities within the new library’s entrance space and that it is important and also possible to find a solution that is more area efficient than the previous suggestion and doesn’t interfere with the future library’s core activities.

The group has its final meeting April 8th, and will soon thereafter finalize their report. The report will then be published and discussed with the staff at the University Library, the Faculty of Arts and the Faculty of Fine, Applied and Performing Arts.
 

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Originally published on: medarbetarportalen.gu.se

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