Library to Learning Commons
Here, a K-12 Learning Commons is a one of a kind hybrid of a library, computer lab, workshop, coffee house and hotel lobby.  
It transforms a traditional library from rows of books and study tables into various activity hubs, that may include but are not limited to: 
  • Cultural Hub;
  • Informational / Inquiry Hub;
  • Project-based Hub, and;
  • Professional / Community Learning Hub.
A Learning Commons is designed with fixed and mobile learning zones, that may include but are not limited to :
  • print and digital media resources;
  • technology hardware and software;
  • tools and making materials, and;
  • hard and soft furniture.
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