Library Talk Great Library Ideas: The Idea Box

I’ve been on the lookout lately for great ideas being implemented by public libraries to help facilitate community-created content, interactivity, creative work spaces, and the like, and this one really struck a chord. In Oak Park, a suburb of Chicago, the library staff had the awesome idea of constructing a creative space for their patrons “to tinker, learn, and play.” This video highlights what they did with their idea box for National Poetry Month. Enjoy.

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