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100 Best Blogs for Librarians of the Future. By Donna Scott As a modern day library student, you’re probably excited about discovering and experimenting with the new tools and systems that have changed the way we find, receive and catalog information.

100 Best Blogs for Librarians of the Future

But with all of the new technology out there, it can be hard to keep track of everything beyond your own niche field of study. This collection of library and information technology blogs have changed that, and now you’ll be able to learn about all of the trends, developments, tools and resources available to librarians in every niche. Technology and Education Discover how technology is changing the way we learn in the classroom and in libraries. Wired Librarian: Karen Kliegman is the Library Media Specialist at her elementary school and shares thoughts on library conventions, blogging, information literacy, and more.Free Range Librarian: K.G. Dos artículos académicos sobre la Biblioteca Escolar. Sguide02-s. Modern Children Playground Building by Bonnard Woeffray Architectes. Formerly a villa, Monthey’s new kindergarten is good replacement to the town’s Cinquantoux Park.

Modern Children Playground Building by Bonnard Woeffray Architectes

The venue is basically an almost organic shape blending with the wooded park and offers a range of interior spaces. In line with the purpose of the building, spaces are gently separated with slanting sections. Capable of accommodating approximately 180 children, it offers two floors divided into six separate units. Each unit is divided into two spaces for activity and rest, with a washroom and toilets in between. Each unit is distinctively characterized by its relative position in the building; where different views of the park are accessible from every angle, and are bathed in sunlight in the morning or afternoon depending on the orientation.

Peso y altura ideal en niños. Suggested load limits. Determine cable diameter by checking weight of the hanging limits.

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Sala de lectura. Es imposible separar mentalmente la idea de biblioteca y la de edificio; la propia palabra bibliotheke significa “depósito de libros”, o sea edificio.

Sala de lectura

En realidad la biblioteca es un lugar de encuentro, de reunión del usuario con la información y el edificio que la acoge debe facilitar esta interacción, porque está íntimamente relacionada con la función bibliotecaria. En siglos anteriores las bibliotecas se ubicaban en enormes edificios compactos en los que se instalaban grandes salas de lectura y unos enormes depósitos de libros, espacios estancos, dedicados a una única función. Actualmente se busca un edificio funcional, donde cualquier parte pueda desempeñar distintas funciones, pero que a la vez resulte atractivo y dignifique a la institución que acoge.

En primer lugar es importante conseguir que el edificio sea autónomo, aunque en el caso de las bibliotecas pequeñas no siempre es posible. Children’s Library Discovery Center en Jamaica, NY / 1100 Architect. El diseño y la construcción del Centro Infantil para la Biblioteca Discovery (CLDC) es la implementación de una de las primeras fases del plan maestro para la renovación y modernización de los 275.000 m2 de la Biblioteca Queens Central Library, en Nueva York.

Children’s Library Discovery Center en Jamaica, NY / 1100 Architect

La CLDC es una ampliación de dos pisos adosada al edificio de la Biblioteca Central existente. Reinventing Libraries. This is part two of LJ’s series of excerpts from Library 2020: Today’s Leading Visionaries Describe Tomorrow’s Library (Scarecrow), edited by Joseph Janes.

Reinventing Libraries

The essays are reprinted as part of the run-up to LJ’s virtual event, The Digital Shift: Reinventing Libraries, to be held on October 16. Tomorrow, Visualized. MACROVISION High-def MacroTiles make up a giant screen in the NCSU Hunt Library’s iPearl Immersion Theater.Photo by Marc Hall/ NCSU As I got ready to tour the James B.

Tomorrow, Visualized

Hunt Jr. ­ Library at North Carolina State University (NCSU), Raleigh, last spring, as part of the Association of Research Libraries (ARL) meeting held nearby, the buzz about the newly unveiled building had reached such a level that I expected to find it, however cool, overhyped. It wasn’t. It was exactly the right amount of hyped. “Every corner of the Hunt Library is designed to be memorable and stunning,” the library’s vision claims. In an era in which many libraries even at great institutions are struggling to do enough with less, it’s refreshing to see a university able and willing to invest in the library as both the symbolic and the operational core of the institution.

Building an inspiration The library is indeed iconic and anchors the universities’ new Centennial campus. Pop-Up Libraries Blossom in Philadelphia and Beyond. The books come by the hundreds almost daily.

Pop-Up Libraries Blossom in Philadelphia and Beyond

Boxes dropped off from yoga clubs, suburban book drives, and schools to be handed out at the Mighty Writers Street Libraries—pop-up libraries recently launched in Philadelphia to offer books to the city’s students and parents who watch as their access to titles diminish. “Over time we’ve been hearing of school libraries closing and school librarians laid off,” says Tim Whitaker, the founder and executive director of the non-profit Mighty Writers, an after-school writing and tutoring center in Philadelphia, and the former editor of the Philadelphia Weekly. School Libraries Project. How To Design Library Space with Kids in Mind. When creating special spaces where children can experience joy in learning and investigation, public and school libraries often are inclined to produce primary-colored themed spaces that may appear on the surface to be kid-friendly.

How To Design Library Space with Kids in Mind

These spaces, however, can be a flat experience for children. Children appreciate good design, subtlety, and nuance. We should avoid talking down to them with the spaces we provide just for them. Institute of Design at Stanford. DesignShare Home. Student-centered learning is Individualized, community-based, experiential, and collaborative.

DesignShare Home

The FNI Learning Community model supports students in all four of these defined areas, as demonstrated by Norma Rose Point School in Vancouver, British Columbia. This new video from Fielding Nair International shows how successful innovative spaces can be through the voices of the school community. View the video here: ARCHITECTURAL STUDIO DIRECTOR – BANGALORE, INDIA Are you passionate about learning and design? Do you want to design the learning environments of the future all around the world? Movilización Educativa - Banco Bibliográfico - Capitulo 4 : LA PSICOLOGÍA DE LA EDUCACIÓN PRIMARIA.