Newman's library experience includes renovations, historic preservation, and adaptive reuse, new buildings and additions. Every library is different: it is a constellation of services and activities reflective of a community’s resources, appetites, needs, and its own history, gathered together. We ask many questions: How can the library manage and encourage access, imagination and innovation? Are there new pathways to knowledge? Is it a maker space? A hand saw to lend? How can individuals best engage in media of different kinds? How can its spaces encourage interaction? How can the library engage town or campus fabric and life beyond its walls in order to become fully part of something larger? How can we convey a spirit of connection and make it live in the fabric of the library?
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