The article focuses on the Georgia State University Library Transformation which was funded primarily by student fees. The transformation project allowed the library to renovate space in Libraries North and South. It creates a two-story Learning Commons, build extensive collaborative work spaces, expand technological services and provide better access to research resources. The timeline for the project was projected to be at least 10 years. The goals of the transformation are cited. The Leo A Daly firm designed the project.
Burtle, L. (2008). Spotlight on Construction: Georgia State's Library Transformation Project Completed. Georgia Library Quarterly, 44(4). Retrieved from https://digitalcommons.kennesaw.edu/glq/vol44/iss4/9