Assessing library space for learning

By Susan E. Montgomery, ed.

Assessing library space for learning edited by Susan E. Montgomery
Added February 6, 2019

With the surge in electronic access to the library's resources, there has been an ongoing discussion about the need for a physical library building. On a college or university campus, the library is a destination for its users. Students, faculty and staff go to the library for various reasons. Their usage makes the academic library a valuable learning space on campus. However, not much is known about how the library space contributes to user learning. In Assessing Library Space for Learning, chapters discuss library usage at academic institutions and how that usage is an integral part of the student learning experience. ~ Summary from catalog

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