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Use Glass Walls For Student Collaboration

“…there’s innovation everywhere: we have glass walls outside of one of our librarian’s offices. So the staff put out glass markers, and now the students use the walls as a collaboration area, making notes right on the glass. Nothing is off limits! I believe any library can change regardless of its librarians’ skill sets. People may be scared to take the leap, but everyone who experiences the full potential of a modern school library gets really excited about the possibilities that Makerspaces can bring into today’s schools.”

Read the full article on Metro Nashville Public Schools Redefining Public Libraries here.

Author Info

Stephanie Ham

Director of Library Services, Metro Nashville Public Schools, TN

One comment

  1. Karen Gilbert

    22 Aug 2016 - 2:29 pm

    Is it possible for you to send me information on the company you used for your glass walls. I am converting a former art room into a new maker space and want to put up glass walls for student collaboration.

    Thank you for your attention to this matter.

    Karen Gilbert

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