Title of Presentation

Meaningful Space in a Digital Age

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Presentation

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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.

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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

Subjects

Academic libraries -- Administration, Academic libraries -- Effect of technological innovations on, Academic libraries -- Forecasting

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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.