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What to Do While Your Building or Renovation Project Is On Hold

Monday, June 29, 2009

Abstract

Many campuses will be postponing or curtailing new building projects and renovations due to the current economic climate, but the pressing need for newly configured, technology-enabled spaces has not gone away. This session will describe a number of low or no-cost strategies for moving institutions toward their overall goals for new learning spaces, particularly in libraries and computing centers, while waiting for the actual construction or renovation. In the process, these strategies may help campuses clarify what they hope the new spaces will accomplish, assist units in being able to implement new, user-driven services as soon as the new spaces are occupied, and forge new campus partnerships.

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