Fostering Literacy on Ohio State Campus

During a 2nd year Industrial Design Students were challenged to design and build a Little Free Library (LFL) to be installed in a strategic location of Ohio State  campus. The little free library movement is a book exchange service intended to foster literacy and connect people in the community. This specific LFL project is to provide the University community (students, staff and faculty) with a free access to books or other kind of literature. The LFLs also had to served the purpose of dynamizing the campus underused or misused green spaces. Students were asked to think about and design the whole service ecosystem. They also were expected to design for their LFLs to provide playful experience and include mechanism that will make them useful tools for community building. 

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