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CSL In Session - The Library as Public Place
CSL In Session - The Library as Public Place
CSL In Session - The Library as Public Place
CSL In Session - The Library as Public Place
CSL In Session - The Library as Public Place
CSL In Session - The Library as Public Place
CSL In Session - The Library as Public Place
CSL In Session - The Library as Public Place
CSL In Session - The Library as Public Place
CSL In Session - The Library as Public Place
CSL In Session - The Library as Public Place
CSL In Session - The Library as Public Place
CSL In Session - The Library as Public Place
CSL In Session - The Library as Public Place
CSL In Session - The Library as Public Place
CSL In Session - The Library as Public Place
CSL In Session - The Library as Public Place
CSL In Session - The Library as Public Place
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CSL In Session - The Library as Public Place

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Everywhere you turn today, you hear mumblings about the future of libraries. Most of these discussions revolve around our collections, the increasing availability of online information, and the rise …

Everywhere you turn today, you hear mumblings about the future of libraries. Most of these discussions revolve around our collections, the increasing availability of online information, and the rise of eBooks.

What about our buildings? Is there still a need for a physical space for libraries?

This session was a discussion about the future of the library as a public place, featuring ideas inspired by the Creative Spaces track of R-Squared.

This session is part of our R-squared Conference Takeaways series. Not able to attend R-Squared? Great ideas in different experience areas are being shared by State Library staff through our CSL in Session program. For more information including a recording of the session, visit http://cslinsession.cvlsites.org

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  • 1. The Library as Public PlaceInspired by the R-Squared Conference Our facilitator: Christine Kreger Digital Services Coordinator Colorado State Library
  • 2. Add background of books
  • 3. On the web:http://cslinsession.cvlsites.org

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