Collaborative Learning: McMillen High School’s library includes a conference room for small team assignments and a production room for group projects. One of the conference room walls is coated with Idea Paint, which turns the surface into a dry-erase board.
Collaborative Learning: The Centennial College Library offers 250 study, research, and collaborative work spaces for students, including workstations, small-group media-viewing carrels, technology studios, and video conferencing. An atrium with a living wall provides additional informal study and lounge space.
Collaborative Learning: Scotts Valley Library occupies a former indoor roller rink. The roller rink inspired the raised platform that forms the library’s teen space, with booth seating that supports collaborative work and socializing. The children’s library supports active learning, while small meeting rooms can be used for a variety of group activities.
Collaborative Learning: Study rooms and shared work booths support students who wish to work together at Columbia University’s Science and Engineering Library. The facility hosts more than 50 high-end computer workstations with specialized software to support user needs. Double-height windows fill the library’s column-free space with natural light.