Redesigning Visual Resources Facilities for 21st Century Challenges
Changes in our profession have been dramatic over the past ten years, not only in the services we deliver but also in the spaces where we work. In this paper, visual resources professionals from Smith College, the Massachusetts College of Art and Design (MASSART), Harvard University Graduate School of Design, the Rhode Island School of Design, and Ithaca College will describe a variety of strategies to repurpose their VR spaces in order to accommodate new challenges in the visual resource field—from complete redesigns to thoughtful reorganization of existing spaces.
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