Friday, September 30, 2016

Academic librarians, seeing changes in teaching and learning at their institutions, seek to understand these changes and ensure that their spaces, services, and resources respond accordingly. They ask what is different about the work habits and library needs of students in “flipped” and other kinds of active learning classes. By gathering information on new teaching and learning patterns and practices, they will be better equipped to highlight relevant services, develop new ones that address emerging needs, and provide spaces within the library configured to support their students’ work

 

http://www.sr.ithaka.org/blog/making-space-in-the-library-for-new-pedagogies/