Academic projects take up space. If you’ve ever walked into an elementary classroom the day after a painting project is due or in the middle of a science experiment presentation, you know how quickly storage space can disappear. However, there are practical storage solutions that can safely store projects, media, and important documents. Flat File Storage systems provide an optimal space to store artwork, media projects, blueprints, and maps while keeping classrooms, libraries, and archive rooms organized. Here are three applications where flat file storage can help keep you organized.
Academic and public libraries store and archive a wide range of media for research and teaching purposes. However, unlike textbooks, some media are sensitive and must be carefully stored. Librarians require unique storage that can hold 3-D representations, raised or textured topographical maps, and a wide array of transparencies. These materials must be stored in a flat environment, and counter space is often used for conventional applications such as reading surfaces and computer workstations. The Flat File System by Shain features a stackable option which can adapt to a growing library archive.