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Bricks and Clicks and the Future of the Academic Library
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Journal of College Teaching & Learning Volume 1, Number 11, ISSN 1544-0389

Abstract

Today's librarians must create an engaging setting for teaching and learning by offering a welcoming library space, a wealth of online resources, combined with librarians' expertise and collaborative instruction programs. Rapid advances in information technologies, new methods of teaching and learning, and the changing makeup of university student populations are impacting the academic library. Working together, librarians and faculty can develop active learning experiences for students, and provide opportunities to integrate resources and discovery.

Citation

Levesque, N. (2004). Bricks and Clicks and the Future of the Academic Library. Journal of College Teaching & Learning, 1(11), 1-6. Retrieved February 19, 2020 from .

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