Most college freshmen learn on Day 1 that they shouldn't use Wikipedia. It's framed as a crime on par with cheating: a mortal sin against the gods of academia. In hundreds of classrooms across the country, though, some professors have begun taking a very different tack. Not only are thei
Since November last year the Futurelib programme has been engaged in intensive exploration of how spaces in the University of Cambridge's libraries are being used. Entitled 'Protolib' - literally prototyping libraries - the project has involved the creation and ethnographic observation of different types of library environments over a period of several months, and the…
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