Their recreational reading section looks across the Dandenong's and there are various different styles of furniture for students to sit or lounge on.
The study space mean be booked by teachers and can have two different classes in this space. A lot of these tables are used by staff after school for meetings and often you can see students studying while staff members are talking pedagogy.
Again, there is a range of furniture that the students move around to suit their study needs, be that group work or independent study.
A Senior fiction and staff fiction reading session is maintained, growing with the needs of the Learning Commons clientele.
A few as more points struck me as being conducive to establishing and developing a learning commons. Students can borrow as many books as they want and they are encouraged to take books home over the summer break to read. At lunchtimes the students use the space in which ever way they want to. Study, socialising, game playing, making things. The philosophy that it is their space to use and develop is reinforced by this attitude.
It should be interesting to follow Mater Christi College as they continue to develop this site and push the boundaries of what a library could be.