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Rise: Clark Library
As technology marches forward, so do the demands on a University library. Today, it provides much more than a place for studying and reference materials. A library is a dynamic teaching and learning space.
After a year of renovation, the Clark Library reopened its doors for fall semester 2013. More than a repository for books, the library has been transformed into a three-story structure featuring computer workstations, multimedia labs, a classroom, and group and individual study space.
Main Floor Plan - The Learning Lab
The L-Lab will be a highly flexible space for independent and collaborative learning, with Reference Librarians and Technology Assistants to guide the research process.
Upper Floor Plan - The Media Lab
The M-Lab will be a creative production space for developing and editing multimedia assignments and teaching units, supported with expert staff guidance. The library classroom and more study spaces will also be on this floor.
Lower Floor Plan - The Study Lab
The S-Lab will be a quiet, traditional study zone adjacent to the Library’s rich print and media collections. Study rooms and seating around a fireplace will make this a cozy space for focused study.
We have received generous support from the Maybelle Clark Macdonald Fund, Clark Foundation, M.J. Murdock Charitable Trust, E.L. Wiegand Foundation, Collins Foundation, and Meyer Memorial Trust to fund the renovation construction.