The new core will hold and disseminate information even as the traditional library center did in the past. It can be imagined that such a core would contain facilities so students will hear and see poetry presented by the authors, open-heart surgery, drama performances, governmental debates, scientific experiments, etc. In short, with closed circuit TV, tapes, information recall systems, multi-media presentation systems, etc., it is possible to extend and expand many times over the immediate availability of information and material.
Such a center will not replace the traditional library but will supplement it.
School of Architecture and Planning
First Committee Member (Chair)
Thomas R. Vreeland Jr.
Second Committee Member
Third Committee Member
Don Paul Schlegel
McClernon, Patrick. "A Design Program and Solution for a Multi-media Instructional Center on the Central Campus of the University of New Mexico." (1968). https://digitalrepository.unm.edu/arch_etds/110