Spartan High Media Center in American Libraries Magazine

McMillan Pazdan Smith | June 12, 2012

Collaborative Learning: When Spartanburg High School underwent a construction project to incorporate 9th-graders into the school’s student body for the first time, administrators took the opportunity to modernize its library. The new floor plan incorporates an easy-to-monitor area for collaboration and socialization that can also host events for up to 50 attendees. Offices that lined the exterior wall were eliminated to improve daylighting, low ceilings were raised in many sections, and accent lighting, cork flooring, and wooden-veneer ceilings were used to add visual interest.

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