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Teleha, John C.; Sims, Iyanna; Spruill, Octavious; Bowen, Arneice; Russell, Tiffany; Exner, Nina – Public Services Quarterly, 2017
Academic libraries are spending considerable time and study on redesigning spaces. The use of technology is often an important part of these redesigned spaces. The space redesign goals at F. D. Bluford Library focus on creating open, activity-promoting, colorful spaces that are designed to be attractive to students. The goals also focus on…
Descriptors: Library Development, Library Automation, Space Utilization, Interior Design
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Gustavson, Amy – Public Services Quarterly, 2012
In order to prepare for the 2013 SACS reaffirmation, the Joyner Library instruction librarians developed a systematic assessment program using Oakleaf's Information Literacy Instruction Assessment Cycle (ILIAC) to plan for instruction, assess student learning and improve future student learning by reviewing data and enacting changes. The paper…
Descriptors: College Freshmen, Student Evaluation, Academic Libraries, Information Literacy
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Norton, Melanie J.; Keesee, Susan H.; Mabe, Denise; Chavez, Pedro; Lanning, Kevin E.; Allegri, Francesca – Public Services Quarterly, 2006
Beginning in July 2002, the Health Sciences Library at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill underwent an 11 million dollar renovation. During three phases of the renovation, parts of the collection were inaccessible to patrons. In order to continue to make the library's collection available, library staff created a paging system.…
Descriptors: Medical Libraries, Educational Facilities Improvement, Library Services, Adjustment (to Environment)