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Swanston Library, part of RMIT’s New Academic Street project. Photo: Peter Bennetts

Getting sticky with it: digital revolution driving new-look campuses

Thanks to the rise of online education, tertiary institutions are finding it harder to entice students back on campus. Rather than bemoaning the trend, some universities are deploying designers to transform their campuses into thriving, dynamic communities that satisfy students’ academic and social needs.

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