The Learning Curve

December 10, 2008 at 11:16 pm Leave a comment

A couple of weeks ago, Ann-Margaret, Michael and I traveled to Indianapolis for the Indiana Library Federation Conference.  At the conference, we spoke about our 2008 teen summer reading program and visited with other Indiana librarians.

Being that all three of us love libraries, we couldn’t pass up the chance to tour the recently renovated Indianapolis-Marion County Public Library.  The building was AMAZING!  One of the entrances had the appearance of an ancient Greek temple.  In contrast to the entry way, the atrium looked like an industrial forest of steel pillars and glass.  We also thought you might like to see The Learning Curve, which allows kids of all ages to have hands on experience with limitless amounts of information and technology.

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