'FOXTEL, iPads, areas that allow teenagers to listen to music and conference rooms open until 11pm.
Hi-tech features are increasingly being added to attract teenagers once reluctant to frequent libraries with a reputation of being quiet and boring.
At the forefront of the innovation is the Campbelltown Library at Newton, which includes a "magic tree" that uses audio and visual technology to create effects from starry nights to bright pink ripples and sounds like birds singing as children read.'
Read more at Adelaide Now:(more)....
Author: DesignInc Melbourne
Categories: Project News