This simple guide provides valuable insights for transforming an out-of-date public, school, or academic library into a thriving, user-centric learning commons. * Includes usable surveys, sample newsletters and library reports, research paper formatting guides, and a highly useful website * 38 figures and photographs of actual resources, user-centered design, students utilizing resources, and web design * Index facilitates quick reference to specific examples on demandI picked out a skin, a case, an extra power cord, an extended warranty, and the newest Kindle. ... and three months later, 20 brand-new Kindles, cases, power cords, skins, warranties, and gift cards for titles showed ... The Sony e-book reader was allowing users to borrow e-book titles from libraries. ... This is what we decided to do: a#39; Set up an Amazon account for Kindles (we called ours aquot;PRHS Libraryaquot;).
|Title||:||The Learning Commons|
|Author||:||Pamela Colburn Harland|
|Publisher||:||ABC-CLIO - 2011-01-01|