Academic Engagement in the Library Commons

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Title: Academic Engagement in the Library Commons
Author: Bodnar, Jon ; Bennett, Charlie
Abstract: While library commons are designed to increase student use and investment in the library for learning, many of them do little to involve faculty in their operations. Because learning is a cooperative enterprise between faculty and students, a more successful commons might explore opportunities to engage faculty and students in their scholarly and educational work. One strategy for doing this is to work with them to develop events and exhibits that build on the unique environment, tools, and resources of a library commons.
Type: Pre-print
ISSN: 1522-9114
Citation: Bennett, C. and Bodnar, J. (2010) Academic engagement in the library commons. Public Services Quarterly 6(1), 43.
Date: 2010-01
Publisher: Georgia Institute of Technology
Subject: Library commons
Faculty collaboration
Scholarly communication
Student engagement

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