This is the year of making a more collaborative, interactive, hands-on library for me. The (not-so) epic Lego wall is almost finished; I'm still weeding NF to make more space for maker-shelves. I had a brainstorm the other day as I was looking at the useless end-of-shelf displays we have (that are too shallow to actually, you know, DISPLAY books), and realized if we shaved off the shelves and used some whiteboard wallpaper, they'd be a great collaborative brainstorming / planning space.
We decided to test it with one area (the most populated one) to see if students use it. If so, we'll do it with the other shelf ends, too.
How easy is that?