At the heart of every academic institution is the campus library. It’s where students study for midterms and, against the better judgment of their instructors, pull all-nighters before finals. More and more, the library, and the nature of learning itself, is experiencing the great movement of the 21st Century—the shift from physical to digital.
And out of these myriad functions of the campus library arises a startling new question — where do the books belong?
Adapted from a collaborative presentation at Society for College and University Planning (SCUP) Southern Regional Conference 2015.