The new learning resource center at Midland’s Technical College’s Beltline campus has quickly become the place for students to go. The facility replaced a library built in 1967 that was half the size and was not equipped to handle the digital needs of the student population.
The new learning resource center at Midland’s Technical College’s Beltline campus has quickly become the place for students to go. The facility replaced a library built in 1967 that was half the size and was not equipped to handle the digital needs of the student population. Tracy Glantz tglantz@thestate.com
The new learning resource center at Midland’s Technical College’s Beltline campus has quickly become the place for students to go. The facility replaced a library built in 1967 that was half the size and was not equipped to handle the digital needs of the student population. Tracy Glantz tglantz@thestate.com

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