A symposium series, “People, Place, and Platform: Libraries in the 21st Century,” supported by modes of idea exchange ranging from traditional roundtable discussions to current social media platforms, will engage library staff and administration, citizens, administrators, board members, elected officials, and other stakeholders in the collaborative development of this shared vision.
Talking points derived from the shared vision, made available to libraries across North Carolina, will strengthen our ability to identify priorities for the development of future library services and to articulate and justify the continuing relevance of libraries.
Creating a caring, inviting and welcoming place
Developing the technology and information resources needed for people of all ages to Learn, Grow and Prosper
Preserving and making accessible our rich history and diverse cultural heritage
James Bradberry AIA, LEED, an award winning architect/author, and Principal of James Bradberry Architects, of Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania.
Known for interactive learning environments for children, including two ‘Storyville’ projects for the Baltimore County Public Library, and the Cotsen Children’s Library at Princeton University.