Ho Chi Minh City’s first smart library, spanning a total area of 1,000 square metres, recently opened to students at Tran Dai Nghia high school in the southern city for the 2019- 2020 academic year.
The library provides an open space in which students can study, read books, or work in groups.
A panoramic view of the library’s second floor
Students can find a variety of different books on the shelves.
The venue also has a specific room for researching documentaries and e-learning.
An open space on the second floor allows students to comfortably work in groups and exchange their respective ideas.
Students are also able to sit along the corridor next to a window.
There are plenty of nice corners situated around for reading books.
A group of students work in a group in one of the specifically built rooms.
Students in Ho Chi Minh City can expect more smart libraries to be built throughout the southern metropolis by 2025.
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