The library as learning commons: rethink, reuse, recycle Public Deposited

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  • At Oregon State University (OSU) Libraries, librarians are evaluating the decade-old information commons in the transition to a learning commons. Visits to commons spaces at libraries across the country provided perspective on this transition. This paper describes the development of the OSU Libraries Information Commons, identifies themes from our trips to other commons, and discusses the idea that we need to incorporate the concepts of the commons throughout the library in recognition that wherever our students are in the library becomes their learning commons.
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  • Hussong-Christian, Uta , Rempel, Hannah Gascho and Deitering, Anne-Marie. (2010). "The Library as Learning Commons: Rethink, Reuse, Recycle." College & Undergraduate Libraries, 17(2): 273—286.
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