The Dr. Suzanne Openlander ‘53 Resource Center is now open at Notre Dame Academy. The new Resource Center has been transformed into a space where students can come together to discover information in a traditional way, use technology to find answers online and explore STEM in a makerspace. Dr. Openlander, who spent her career as a librarian, knows how spaces full of ideas expand students’ knowledge. She also knows students are using more collaboration and exploration in their learning today and she wanted the new Center to reflect that.
Open since the end of October, the new Center has already inspired students to start the NDA Makers Club – an outlet for creativity in the context of innovation.