By Charles Forrest, Martin Halbert
A box consultant to the data Commons describes the emergence of the idea that of the data commons in libraries and its quick unfold and adoption, and contains a number of contributed articles and descriptive, dependent entries for varied details commons in libraries.
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7. ” College & Research Libraries 47 (1986): 219–24. 8. Bechtel, “Conversation,” 221. Origin and Development of the Information Commons in Academic Libraries 15 9. Scott Carlson, “The Deserted Library,” Chronicle of Higher Education 48 (November 16, 2001): A35–38. 10. Andrew Richard Albanese, “Deserted No More,” Library Journal 128 (April 2003): 34–36; and Frieda Weis, “Being There: The Library as Place,” Journal of the Medical Library Association 92 (January 2004): 6–12. 11. Murr and Williams, “The Roles of the Future Library,” 7–23.
Many information commons allow food and drink in their facilities as one means of enhancing the social nature of the space. The ramifications of this policy are the need for increased maintenance and trash pickup, which should be planned in advance of the opening of the facility. At some institutions, the noise level in the information commons disturbs some users. At Indiana University, the staff addressed this issue of students needing advanced technologies in quiet settings by opening a second information commons, designated as quiet space, on a different floor.
16. Robert B. Barr and John Tagg, “From Teaching to Learning: A New Paradigm for Undergraduate Education,” Change 27 (November/December 1995): 12–25. 17. Barr and Tagg, “From Teaching to Learning,” 21. 18. Bruffee published a number of articles in College English throughout the 1970s and 1980s, arguing for a collaborative learning approach to instruction. See “The Way Out: A Critical Survey of Innovations in College Teaching, with Special Reference to the December, 1971, Issue of College English,” College English 33, no.
A Field Guide to the Information Commons by Charles Forrest, Martin Halbert
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