May 28, 2022

Library Renovation: A Town Hall on Georgia Tech’s Library Renewal Project (Video)

The town hall was recorded on October 22, 2015 at Georgia Tech University in Atlanta. The video recording was recently made available online.

Reimagination and Renewal: A Town Hall on Georgia Tech’s Library Renewal Project


Provost [Dr. Rafael L.] Bras [Provost and Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs] and Dean [of Libraries Catherine] Murray-Rust [hosted] a Library Renewal Project Town Hall to discuss the phased approach for a reimagining and renovation of Price Gilbert and Crosland Tower Library. Come hear about future plans for the space, including increased seating capacity, virtual browsing and collaborations with Emory University, and a host of new user-centric features for students and faculty including a library store, faculty reading room, teaching and innovation studios, project rooms, and collections showcases, among others.

The town hall runs about 46 minutes.

Learn More: Visit the Georgia Tech Library Renewal Project Website

See Also: White Paper: Reimagining the Georgia Tech Library (12 pages; PDF)

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