Creating the Academic Commons

Creating the Academic Commons

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Today's library is still at the heart of all university activities, helping students and faculty become better learners, teachers, and researchers. In recent years there has emerged the formalizing of one or more of these activities into an Academic Commons. These centers of information have been labeled variously but they all share a commonality: the empowerment of students and teachers. In Creating the Academic Commons: Guidelines for Learning, Teaching, and Research, Thomas Gould gives a detailed outline of the various roles and activities that take place in commons located within the administrative umbrella of the library. Gould provides a roadmap for libraries seeking to establish their own Academic Commons, complete with suggestions regarding physical structure and software/hardware options. And to ensure new ideas are examined, evaluated, and adopted broadly, Gould shows how the Millennial Librarian can be at the center of this evolutionary library. Including information regarding the latest technological advances, this book will be an invaluable guide for librarians.paper, a readera#39;s experience with an online book should be far different from that of a book online. ... paperback Wireless: 3G wireless lets you download books right from your Kindle, anytime, anywhere; no monthly fees, service plans, or hunting for Wi-Fi hotspots Books in Under Sixty Seconds: Get books delivered in less than sixty seconds; no PC required ... Issues regarding battery recharging; Elimination of content management features, such as particular folder naming function;anbsp;...

Title:Creating the Academic Commons
Author: Thomas H. P. Gould
Publisher:Scarecrow Press - 2011-06-14

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