We completed a recent remodel a couple of years ago which included all new furniture. The two pieces students are drawn to the most are what we call our “booths” and our roller chairs. The roller chairs have shelves on either the right or left side that rotate to the side for easy access. They get moved around to accommodate study groups, as well as private study. The ottoman comes in handy to prop your feet up, too.
Sr. Office Assistant
Hello LRSNASST Group!
I am being charged with designing a new (modestly sized) learning center on our campus. Hooray!
I wanted to know what your best – and even worst – Learning Center purchases have been. In particular, what furniture has worked best for flexibility and what pieces were purchased with great intentions but tutors later did not use them as anticipated.
Any advice would be greatly appreciated. Bonus points for hyperlink and/or contact information for vendors. 😊
Ashley N. Long, MS
Coordinator of Learning Resources | The Center for Teaching and Learning
Safe Zone Ally Facilitator
2540 Walnut Hill Lane, Dallas, TX 75229
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