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Libraries have radically changed over the last couple decades. Although these spaces look and sound very different from the library of a 1980s film, their purpose remains unchanged. Libraries are spaces to gather and share knowledge and resources. The way we access knowledge and resources has greatly changed and libraries must adapt to match.
So how do we adjust facilities that were built during the era of printed encyclopedias, or plan for a new library that needs to serve the generation that accesses the world via Augmented Reality and travels to space? Here are a few steps your team can take to create a library that will serve your population for years to come.