This last week the Learning Studio appeared in the summer issue of the alumni magazine, ACU Today. The article walks through some of the assumptions behind the design of the facility and the changing face of the 21st-century library:
“Education is no longer about preparing our students to contribute to conversations after they graduate; the vital discussions of our day are already underway and our students are producing messages for a global audience in a wide range of media.” – Kyle Dickson
In the article I reference a couple scenes from the brand new Brown Library in 1970, including ACU’s first state-of-the-art media center with 50 audio cassette players. Here are those photos.
Jeremy Enlow did a remarkable job shooting the new facility, so for those who haven’t had a chance to visit the Learning Studio yet here are a few images that didn’t make the magazine.