Report on the Renovation of the Thompson Library
Creators:The Learning Group
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The Learning Group worked to develop a strongly and pervasively learner-centered view of the Ohio State University Libraries. It examined trends in teaching and learning at Ohio State University by interviewing campus administrators, faculty, and staff closely involved with academic programs and student life; surveyed recent higher education and library publications concerned with teaching and learning; and learned from the example of other academic libraries. The report speaks to the renovation of the Thompson Library and addresses the various parties planning that renovation. Three themes pervade the report: the library as a contributing member of a learning community, learning as an acculturation process, and technology that inspires and supports acculturation. The Learning Group members were: Miriam Conteh-Morgan, Karen Diaz, Anne Fields, Marty Jamison, Fred Roecker, Rocki Strader,Tom Cetwinski, Linda Gonzalez and Scott Bennett (Consultant)
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