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What is Libris Design?
Libris DESIGN is a library facility-planning database that assists local library officials with the planning of public library buildings. it includes a website with recent information on facility planning topics, a database of recently constructed California public libraries, an area for users to communicate with each other, user help documentation and a trial version of the Libris Design database.
The Libris Design database is a Microsoft Access database which can be used to create library building programs and furniture and equipment cost estimates, plan renovations, and produce budgets for library building projects. Users tailor generic library models into building programs for their own specific projects.
Libris Design saves time and money. It can be used to develop detailed accurate planning documents with or without the assistance of a building consultant. It can also be used to share comprehensive planning information with the design team and to work collaboratively with staff and other constituents.
Last updated January 24, 2011
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|©2011 Libris Design. The Libris Design Project [http://www.librisdesign.org/] was supported by the U.S. Institute of Museum and Library Services under the provisions of the Library Services and Technology Act, administered in California by the State Librarian. Any use of this material should credit the authors and funding source. Questions or comments about the website can be sent to webmanager at librisdesign.org.|