Yes. The Theodore Roosevelt Presidential Library will be designed as a research and study center, a museum, an archive, and a convening center. The planned auditorium at the TRPL will offer the latest technology for presentations and will seat approximately 300 people. This is the ideal size for the annual Theodore Roosevelt public humanities symposia. From the beginning, symposia put on by the TR Center at Dickinson State University have incorporated the TR Center’s digital holdings into the lectures and entertainments it has offered in Stickney Auditorium at DSU. This tradition will prevail, along with a self-conscious effort to incorporate the digital work into the discourse that takes place on the stage. The facility will feature every technology that deepens and enriches one’s exploration of the life and times of Theodore Roosevelt.