Making It Fit: Reshaping Library Services and Spaces for Today's Students
University course assignments increasingly focus on group work and group projects to help students collaboratively discover more about their fields of study. The Thomas G. Carpenter Library realized the need to investigate means for reimagining itself to better accommodate today's researchers. The complex process of planning for the redesign of both services and space undertaken by the library is described and explained in this first of a planned series of articles.
Journal of Access Services
Digital Object Identifier (DOI)
Mosley, Alderman, J., & Carmichael, L. R. (2015). Making It Fit: Reshaping Library Services and Spaces for Today’s Students. Journal of Access Services, 12(3-4), 91–103. https://doi.org/10.1080/15367967.2015.1061943