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lq:volume-2-issue-1 [2017/02/07 08:47]
seanburns
lq:volume-2-issue-1 [2017/02/07 08:48]
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 > Of the three rooms, the one at the front of the building is devoted to a model children'​s library and is a non-circulating collection of books used in the course in children'​s literature taken by the students in the kindergarten-primary course. The middle room is known as the "​children'​s room," and here the children'​s librarian has her desk ... (p. 19). > Of the three rooms, the one at the front of the building is devoted to a model children'​s library and is a non-circulating collection of books used in the course in children'​s literature taken by the students in the kindergarten-primary course. The middle room is known as the "​children'​s room," and here the children'​s librarian has her desk ... (p. 19).
  
-**Note:** I haven'​t read Matthew Griffis'​ dissertation [[http://​ir.lib.uwo.ca/​etd/​1103/​|"​Space,​ Power and the Public Library: A Multicase Examination of the Public Library as Organization Space"​]],​ but I've heard him present a couple times (excellent presenter and very interesting topic) about the use of space in public libraries (within the context of [[http://​plato.stanford.edu/​entries/​foucault/​|Michel Foucault]] and the [[https://​en.wikipedia.org/​wiki/​Panopticon|//panopticon//]). I wonder how he'd comment on this passage, which suggests that the intent is to place the library'​s desk in a location that helps+**Note:** I haven'​t read Matthew Griffis'​ dissertation [[http://​ir.lib.uwo.ca/​etd/​1103/​|"​Space,​ Power and the Public Library: A Multicase Examination of the Public Library as Organization Space"​]],​ but I've heard him present a couple times (excellent presenter and very interesting topic) about the use of space in public libraries (within the context of [[http://​plato.stanford.edu/​entries/​foucault/​|Michel Foucault]] and the [[https://​en.wikipedia.org/​wiki/​Panopticon|panopticon]]). I wonder how he'd comment on this passage, which suggests that the intent is to place the library'​s desk in a location that helps
 library users rather than librarians. library users rather than librarians.
  
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