The Fountaindale Public Library is located in Bolingbrook, IL, southwest of Chicago.
Earlier this week, Paul Mills, Director of the Fountaindale Library District, published an op-ed on MySuburbanLife.com.
Studio 300 will offer six sound-recording studios of differing sizes, two video recording studios with a shared control room, three group collaboration rooms with high-tech equipment for working together, and 18 iMacs with the best software for creating and editing digital content. There will also be equipment available for in-library use and equipment that you will be able to check out as well.
I have been asked why a library is building a creative space like Studio 300. Aren’t we all about books?
My answer is that libraries are more than just a source of information. We are a place where people come to learn and to create something new from what they have learned.
Read the Complete Op-Ed.
See Also: Layout of Studio 300