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Everything feels kind of heavy Reflections This is a little surprising. I never realized how hard the environment is in the library. The way I look at libraries seems to almost be tainted, but now that I think about it, my interaction with the library is very functional as well. I look up the resources elsewhere, right down the numbers, go find them, and then leave.
This seems to be the way that this part of the library is designed and what it encourages. This area is purely functional, not fun. It is meant to be a place where people get things done.
There are places where the library is more fun and social.
The seventh floor, where the food is, is decorated in brighter colors and all the tables are in groups. There is much less of a vertical perspective there.
It is much more comfortable by design. I guess I was expecting a little more collaborative, shared experience in the library. I also found this to be a kind of tough exercise.
Even in the library it was hard to keep track of everything that was going on.
I could easily have spent hours just documenting the physical aspects of the library. Likewise, it was hard to keep the two set observations separate. There were people that would look hard to see what I was writing as I sat at the table and they were quick glances from time-to-time in my direction.
They were not aggressive, but even with all the focus on the separate things going on, people noticed me sitting quietly watching. There is so much to watch for and so many ways of interpreting what our see.
I suppose that the color scheme I find to be drab may also be found to be natural and the stone and metal I find to be somewhat hard might be seen as clean and crisp.
The text and vertical feel of everything that I find to be imposing might be seen as professional. Overall, this has been an interesting activity.Visit One Liberty Observation Deck in Philadelphia, PA. One of the great attractions in Philadelphia that offers the best views of the Philadelphia skyline!
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The Library of Alexandria, in Egypt, was the largest and most significant great library of the ancient world. It flourished under the patronage of the Ptolemaic dynasty and functioned as a major center of scholarship from its construction in the 3rd century BC until the Roman conquest of Egypt in 30 BC.
The library was conceived and opened either during the reign of Ptolemy I Soter (– Biblical Hermeneutics Observation of a Biblical Passage I.
Observation is the first step of Bible study. A. Observation finds the facts about the passage without evaluating their meaning or significance.
Library Observation Report Sunday, January 23, The library is located directly beside a large retirement home, which immediately sparked my awareness that a lot of elderly people were likely to visit the library, probably for a mixture of both leisure and borrowing purposes.