Culver City High School gets a Library of the Future
People say that progress marches on, and that was especially true earlier this month for Culver City as the Culver City High School unveiled a new Digital Library Media Center.
The new space–far different from traditional libraries with dusty shelves and quiet patrons–is filled with the latest technology, informal collaborative spaces, modular furniture, and state-of-the art audio/visual tools. Martin Feinberg, Culver City Realtor, is excited for what this means for Culver City students.
The new library is funded by the voter-approved Measure CC bond, which passed in June of 2014. The Measure CC bond allows the School District to increase its debt by issuing general obligation bonds that require taxpayers to pay $48 more per $100,000 in property value taxes. This money allows the library to include the following upgrades:
- 5 Mobile Media:Scapes
- 5 Samsung UHDTV Monitors
- 4 Interactive HD Projectors with two-way in-wall Extron Speakers
- 10 HDMI Inputs with Extron Touchscreen Control Panels
- Mechanical Shade System
- Enhanced Wi-Fi/Data/Power
- 8 Brody Work Lounges
- 10Verb System Multi-configuration Tables with Verb Whiteboards
- 1 Media:Scape Lounge Seating Area with 6 Stools
- 1 Regard Seating Bench with 4 Portable Computer Stands
- Thread Power Track
- 6 Alight Ottomans
- New Carpet
- Ez-rite Walltalker dry erase surface wallpaper
District Library Supervisor Asuncion Romo Jr. stated that the library renovation “reflects the District’s commitment to 21st Century learning.” The new library “is the classroom of the future.” Mike Renyolds, Assistant Superintendent, is grateful for those willing to make the project possible.
Culver City Real Estate and Martin Feinberg, Realtor, offer amazing access to this state-of-the art learning environment. Contact him today to find out more.