Transforming Library Service Through Information Commons
Case Studies for the Digital AgeeBook - 2008
"The information commons (IC) strives to unite both electronic and traditional library resources to provide one-stop service for students at all levels. This guide provides information that will be valuable for institutions considering the development of an information commons. Readers will learn the historical context for information commons and understand what practicalities need to be part of the planning process. Academic, public, and school librarians who are considering an IC or looking for ways to improve their IC will find the information here."--Jacket.
Publisher: Chicago : American Library Association, 2008
Characteristics: 1 online resource (xi, 155 pages) : illustrations