Assessing Library Space for Learning

Assessing Library Space for Learning

by Montgomery

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ISBN-13: 9781442279278
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc.
Publication date: 07/15/2017
Pages: 274
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 8.90(h) x 0.90(d)

About the Author

Susan E. Montgomery is an Associate Professor/Public Services Librarian at Rollins College in Winter Park, FL. She received her MS in Library and Information Studies from Florida State University and holds a BA from Knox College and an MA in Latin American Studies from the University of New Mexico.

Table of Contents

Part 1 Library Space assessment Background
Chapter 1 Space Assessment: An Interdisciplinary Look at Past and Present Studies, Karen R. Diller
Chapter 2 Library Space and Learning Theory, Susan E. Montgomery
Chapter 3 A Place to Think, Feel, and Act: Psychological Approaches to Understanding Library Spaces, Paul B. Harris and Stephanie N. Schweighardt
Chapter 4 The Evolving Role of the Architect in Library Design, Tom Sens and Sarah Parisi Dowlin
Part 2 Applying Library Space Assessment
Chapter 5 Academic Libraries and Accreditation: A Theory-Based Framework for Assessing Modern Library Spaces, James Zimmerman
Chapter 6 Designed to Meet Our Institutional Mission: A case study from Grand Valley State University Libraries, Kristin Meyer and Erin Silva Fisher
Chapter 7 Satisfying the Electric Youth: Maximizing Student Success Through Space, Resources, Services AND Outlets, Mary Beth Lock, Meghan Webb and John Champlin
Chapter 8 Creating a Learning Culture for Student-Athletes, Jason Dodd and Dale Lackeyram
Chapter 9 Research-Creation: Library Space and Resources for Fine Arts Students,
Shailoo Bedi, Christine Walde, Tad Suzuki, and Bill Blair
Chapter 10 Are They Different? An Investigation of Space and Learning in a STEM Branch Library, Ian McCullough and Jo Ann Calzonetti
Chapter 11 First-Generation Undergraduate Students and Library Spaces: A Case Study,
Karen A. Neurohr and Lucy E. Bailey
Chapter 12 Library Space Redesign: Stimulus and Response –
University of California, Santa Cruz, Gregory Careaga
Part 3 Library Space and Routine Assessment
Chapter 13 Watch this Space! Viewing Assessment as a Continuous Process,
Camille Andrews, Tobi Hines, and Sara E. Wright
Chapter 14 Future of Academic Library Space Assessment, Danuta A. Nitecki

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