The Collingwood Campus library of NMIT was redeveloped in 2007 and renamed the Bill Freeman Library and Student Centre. The new centre was designed to meet changes in thelibrary to a more student-focused service. It provides spaces for a variety of learning needs and styles. The library was named after Bill Freeman, a long-standing institute council member of Collingwood College of TAFE and later NMIT, serving as NMIT Council President 2002-2006. He retired from the Council in 2007.
As the first 'student centre' the Bill Freeman Library and Student Centre was a design model for the development of Fairfield, Heidelberg and Epping campus libraries.
2 copies of colour brochure, printed on A4 and folded to A5. Includes photographs of Collingwood campus library and background on Bill Freeman.