The renovation of Anatolia’s athletic facilities offers the prospect of a significantly modernized and upgraded indoor facility and 21st-century outdoor courts for basketball, volleyball, and handball, and simultaneously provided an impetus for the school to restore the historic part of its central campus, returning it to a design close to that envisioned by the original campus planners in the 1930s. These central campus renovation and renewal projects are rounded off by a proposal for restructuring the Anatolia Main Entrance and Gate.
Perhaps the greatest challenge faced by the Bissell Library's planners was to create a structure sufficiently flexible in its conception and design to be able to serve ACT's fast-evolving information needs far into the future. As challenging as designing a library built to withstand the pace of technology advances was that of taking advantage of the building's size and specifications to enhance current educational programs through the seamless integration of information resources and services. ACT has adopted a flexible approach to the issue of electronic access versus traditional print media, by creating a facility able to house up to 120,000 print volumes should it prove expedient to expand the monograph collection significantly in this century.
Technological advances in the computer area make it necessary for today's students to prepare themselves for a constantly changing computer world. Anatolia was one of the first schools in Greece to “go live” in the mid-1990's, and the institution has strived for the last decade not just to keep up, but to stay on the cutting edge of technology-mediated solutions to rapid data transfer and information delivery to classrooms, Anatolia's two libraries, faculty offices, and administrative support services.
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