How do you want the library to look in 10 years? Tell us what you think

Image illustrating the spaces in Mills, Thode and Innis libraries.

McMaster University Library is asking faculty, staff and students to complete a survey aimed at finding ways to improve existing library spaces and plan for future needs.


McMaster University Library is asking faculty, staff and students to complete a survey aimed at finding ways to improve existing library spaces and plan for future needs.

The Library is currently working with design firm, Perkins and Will, to develop a long-term space plan for Mills, Innis and Thode libraries to be implemented over the next decade.

The planning process includes a comprehensive analysis of existing spaces and facilities and will identify areas for future development based on input from library users.

“It’s vitally important that our libraries meet the changing needs of our faculty, staff and future students, while providing improvements to the quality of existing library space,” said McMaster librarian Vivian Lewis. “We hope that the McMaster community will take the time to provide us with input so we can create vibrant, welcoming and effective spaces that make sense for all our users.”

Tell us what you think! The survey is now open and will close on Friday, March 6.

Complete the Library Space Review Survey now

 

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