September 30, 2005
Thoughtful Design Keeps New Libraries Relevant
Not everything students want and need is online
Harold B. Shill recalls an overcast day in November 1999 when he and a friend strolled across the campus of Pennsylvania State University at Harrisburg, passing the college's brand-new library. Mr. Shill, then the university's library director, had spent years planning and pushing for the $15-million library building, and here it was, scheduled to open in a month.
His friend, an engineering professor, gestured toward the library
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