Pandemic Campus Life: What Does It Look Like?

Before the pandemic, college students were active around campus catching up with fellow students while on their way to a crowded lecture hall and later meeting friends in a cafeteria for lunch. Between classes they may have studied in the library or even met up with their club later in the evening. Now, the behavior […]

Post-Pandemic Classrooms with Safety in Mind

  The 2020 school year was a challenge to say the least, leaving students and faculty weary. With the start of 2021 educators and administration are diligently working out what the teaching environment will look like with schools re-opening. Space is an issue and some staff will contemplate whether the sole option will be students […]

Pandemic Challenges: Building Classroom Community & Culture

A school’s culture is defined by student experiences every year. Homecoming games, pep rallies, and even late-night study sessions make up some of those examples. As we move through Q1 2021, some institutions are now teaching in-person. Others continue to operate remotely, while still others have implemented a combination of both methods. Regardless of the […]

Five School Library Design Tips

With the reopening of school libraries, comes the need to reinforce health and safety concerns for all students. Educators are also tasked with providing a welcoming facility. In 2020 the American Library Association held their annual conference virtually. A key takeaway from participants was to create ways to grant safe social interaction. At bluespace interiors, […]