Title of Presentation

Meaningful Space in a Digital Age

Presentation Type

Presentation

Description

Extracting from the ALA book The Library 2025, the author considers our relationship with our physical surroundings and objects from a multidisciplinary perspective (behavioral/neurological) and reflects on their roles in creating experience and memory, as well as inward/outward concepts of identity, self, and community. We’ll then graduate the idea to address how the library's notion of content (from analog to digital) will undergo a further evolution to "dynamic," and introduce how concepts such as "dialectal design" and the "occasioning of space" will play vital roles in capturing and projecting the essence of the Library.

Conference Track

Other

Start Date

8-2-2013 2:10 PM

End Date

8-2-2013 2:55 PM

Persistent Identifier

http://archives.pdx.edu/ds/psu/20044

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Meaningful Space in a Digital Age

Extracting from the ALA book The Library 2025, the author considers our relationship with our physical surroundings and objects from a multidisciplinary perspective (behavioral/neurological) and reflects on their roles in creating experience and memory, as well as inward/outward concepts of identity, self, and community. We’ll then graduate the idea to address how the library's notion of content (from analog to digital) will undergo a further evolution to "dynamic," and introduce how concepts such as "dialectal design" and the "occasioning of space" will play vital roles in capturing and projecting the essence of the Library.