There is a profound difference between a space in which library users are engaged in social activity and a space in which they are engaged in communal activity. Social activity in a library involves conversation and discussion among people, about either the work at hand or more trivial matters. Communal activity in a library involves seeing and being seen quietly engaged in study
Learning spaces should be functional, adaptable, accessible, varied, interactive, conductive, environmentally suitable, safe and secure, efficient and suitable for information technology.
Friendly employees; diversity of collections and staff (including student workers)
Individual and group study Spaces
Presentation space/class areas
Communal space for social and recreational activities
Ability to make learning "visible"
Natural Light and feeling of safety
Increase Brand Identity with Students and Faculty
Increase foot traffic to library
Identify best practices for this library's social media presence
Examine current marketing
Identify Target audiences, and best choice apps for social media marketing
Develop a Marketing SWOT analysis
Work with library employees to create better/stronger social media marketing messages for all target populations