The article reports on the opening of the Library Technology Center at North Georgia College and State University in Dahlonega to crowds of students, faculty, staff and community members on August 19, 2008. A brief overview is given on the history, graduate programs, and student population of the university. The college library needed more and better seating and public computing, library instruction spaces and collection space. These factors, combined with limited Americans with Disabilities Act accessibility and inadequate electrical, lighting and life-safety systems, created a compelling case for a library building project.
Tonner, S. C. (2009). Library Technology Center Debuts at North Georgia College. Georgia Library Quarterly, 46(1). Retrieved from https://digitalcommons.kennesaw.edu/glq/vol46/iss1/5