The School Library of tomorrow: Towards new collaborative resource and creation spaces that promote the ”Living, Doing, and Learning Together”

BALLARIN, Annie and LAMOUROUX, Mireille and POUPET, Christophe and VIN-DATICHE, Didier (2018) The School Library of tomorrow: Towards new collaborative resource and creation spaces that promote the ”Living, Doing, and Learning Together”. Paper presented at: IFLA WLIC 2018 – Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia – Transform Libraries, Transform Societies in Session 127 - Library Buildings and Equipment.

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The School Library of tomorrow: Towards new collaborative resource and creation spaces that promote the ”Living, Doing, and Learning Together”

For several years, the French Ministry of Education has been thinking about the issue of learning spaces in schools. Since 2012, a guideline for learning centers has been distributed and is being updated. A new policy has been implemented for a few months with a series of innovations. The first is the creation of an Archi-class web site: The site accompanies the definition of the renovation project, or construction, of a school with the ambition to facilitate and anticipate the uses of digital in life time. Furthermore, the ministry has opened an innovation laboratory, called "Le 110 bis" : this laboratory is an open space located in the heart of the Ministry of Education and offering a framework of freedom to experiment, exchange, learn and test solutions that meet the challenges of today's and tomorrow's education. Many achievements illustrate this new policy in many academic regions, such as Auvergne, the Grand-Est or the region of Paris.

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