By Melanie Hodges Neufeld
The University of Saskatchewan Library is developing a Master Plan to help the university map out the future of library spaces on campus – whether that is for study, research, collaboration, display, etc. – and the steps needed to get there. The University Master Plan will be a set of architectural drawings that visually represents feedback from the campus community on how they see the library changing over the next 10 years and what a refreshed library might look like.
An important part of this process is extensive consultation with library users. The University is offering many opportunities to have input into the master plan. See upcoming consultation sessions and provide input through the university website.
For more information about this project, please see the Library Space Transformation section of the University Library website.