The Center for Connected Learning at Moffitt Library 'Light the Way' Giving Campaign by UC Berkeley
BNIM is excited to be a part of bringing the future vision of the Center for Connected Learning at Moffitt Library to life for the UC Berkeley community. A place of connection and learning since its opening in 1970, Moffitt Library has always held an important place on the University of California, Berkeley’s campus. As technology and the nature of pedagogy continue to evolve, UC Berkeley has teamed with BNIM to reimagine Moffitt Library as a 21st century center for innovation, technology, and connection that will continue to serve students and the campus community long into the future.
Named The Center for Connected Learning, this new undergraduate hub will bring students together to learn, create, and connect. Serving as a “beacon of knowledge,” the center is designed to accommodate flexible and active learning through a range of spaces where students can study, collaborate on group projects, access the latest digital tools and resources, and engage in research and discovery.
In UC Berkeley’s new giving campaign, UC Berkeley is garnering support for the Center for Connected Learning to ‘Light the Way’ for the future of the Berkeley campus community.
In a narrated flythrough video, explore the vision for the Center for Connected Learning at Moffitt Library and learn about spaces designed support students as they learn, create, and connect.
Learn about the impact of Moffitt Library on UC Berkeley campus.
Information courtesy of University of California, Berkeley:
- 22,620 participants in library instruction
- 4,264,592 e-book usage
- 6,525,146 e-journal usage
- 1,712,628 visits to Moffitt Library
- 1,382,737 images scanned
- 724 students employed by the Library
Serving our Alma Mater
BNIM is proud to have the opportunity to serve our alma maters. BNIM Associate and UC Berkeley alum, Jeff Marsch, is among our project team members working with the University to create the Center for Connected Learning at Moffitt Library. BNIM Principal, Laura Lesniewski, is also a UC Berkeley alum.