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Libraries of the future
Jerri Kembleon 4 November 2013
Transcript of Libraries of the future
Libraries of the future:
The future of the library is not an open book!
Common spaces (libraries, cafés, hallways, etc.) have social, collaborative, comfort and other practical demands. How do we make these spaces active learning spaces without sacrificing other demands?
Are there options for creating knowledge resources in our common spaces?
Could students learn and prepare for college and careers through the common space environments? How?
Please record your answers at:
"I used to be greeted by a sea of faces with questions like how to spell 'Albuquerque,'" said Amy E. Ryan, a career librarian since the 1970s and now president of the Boston Public Library. "That's all over. It's now about providing an experience."