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…
Today I attended a one day workshop hosted by Innovative Educator Consulting on how to redesign learning spaces in schools. The purpose of this type of work is to give students more opportunities to be creative and take their personal ideas from start to finish. We are developing a makerspace in our school, so I…
This article is the transcribed and edited version of Pat Bassett’s TedX talk on "The Big Shifts" in education. The video version of this presentation is available here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y0cqrhvgBB0
LJ reached out to academic and public library directors and other thought leaders nationwide to find out what new skills they expect to need in librarians in the next 20 years. The 11 listed below emerged as the essentials. Not complete departures, rather they build on trends already in evidence.
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