About The Blogger

Amanda Grace Hua is a librarian living in the Seattle area. After starting her career as a librarian in the DFW area of Texas, she moved to the Northwest with her husband to start a new chapter. She has worked as a Youth Services Librarian for several years, contributing to professional resource sharing groups in Texas and Washington. She currently works as a substitute Reference Librarian for several public and academic libraries.

You can find her on Twitter @amandagracehua and on Pinterest under Destination Libraries. She is a proud member of the stay home club, enjoying reading, writing, and television marathons. She also loves hanging out with her adorable Chihuahua mix, Leeloo.

About the Blog

Destination Libraries is all about exploring library spaces. The future of libraries, whether they be public libraries, academic libraries, or specialized libraries, seems to be headed in two different directions. While more and more services go online, libraries must create these innovative digital spaces. The idea of the digital branch is becoming more and more important. Libraries are also intent on creating physical community gathering spaces. The concept of maker spaces and community learning programs makes the library building just as important as its growing digital branch. This blog will explore trends in library service and document the journey to creating a destination library space.  

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