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Designing Library Space for Children

Ed. by Bon, Ingrid / Cranfield, Andrew / Latimer, Karen

Series:IFLA Publications 154

DE GRUYTER SAUR

    Aims and Scope

    In recent years the library community has seen a renewed interest in library architecture and design. This is due to the change of focus from content and collection development to how libraries engage with their users in a digital age. This means that librarians, architects, politicians and patrons must develop new visions, concepts and ideas for the design and building of libraries. This book brings together a number of articles based on presentations from the IFLA World Congress 2009: historical view of the development of children's libraries over the last century,  a look at how children use new media, libraries of the future,  innovative design projects for children's libraries from around the world.

    • current theme
    • historical view and new projects

     

    Ingrid Bon, Biblioservice Gelderland, Arnhem, Netherlands, Andrew Cranfield, Director EBLIDA, The Hague, Netherlands and Karin Latimer, Queen's University Belfast, N. Ireland, United Kingdom.

     

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