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Future of Libraries Discussed in New Video Series

April 7, 2015

Academic libraries have long enjoyed special status as the hearts of their universities. In recent decades, however, the climate of higher education environments has changed and along with it, the way academics access and use information.

In a three-part video series, "Conversations: Information, Research and Society," linked below, interim University Librarian Donald Barclay discusses the future and the changing role of academic libraries, as well as the library's role related to student learning and success, faculty teaching and research productivity, and institutional reputation.

View the videoes by clicking on the image below: