Library spaces: the cool and the secret

Building lines and light, University of Otago Central Library, used with permission under CC BY-SA 2.0

Building lines and light, University of Otago Central Library, used with permission under CC BY-SA 2.0

Once you start writing about a topic, there’s no shortage of links to great websites and stories to connect to and add to the topic.

For a super cool academic library with study spaces that seem to float in the air, check out Seikei University in Tokyo.

Or you may prefer to learn about some of the smaller, hidden libraries of London, including a poetry library with over 200,000 items.

Finally, we bring you eight inspirational learning spaces from around the world – including Pakistan, New Zealand and Finland.

If you have a favourite super cool or hidden library space, please share with us in the comments below, or via Facebook or Twitter using #interlibnet.

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