Learning Spaces (includes Information/Learning Commons)

CNI’s work focuses on learning spaces that have a particular connection with information organizations and professionals, such as learning or information commons, libraries, computing labs, multimedia centers, and centers for teaching and learning. We highlight good practice in planning new or renovated facilities, interaction between technology, space, and services, and cross-sector implementations of facilities, such as those jointly administered by library and information technology organizations.

Recent Publications/Reports/Presentations by CNI Staff

“Supporting Digital Humanities” (May '16)
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“The Future for Teaching and Learning” (February '15)
Author: Joan K. Lippincott
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“Digital Scholarship Centers: Trends & Good Practice” (December '14)
Authors: Joan Lippincott & Diane Goldenberg-Hart

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“Libraries as Enablers of Pedagogical and Curricular Change” (October '14)
Authors: Joan K. Lippincott, Kim Duckett and Anu Vendantham
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“Trends in Digital Scholarship Centers” (June '14)

Authors: Joan K. Lippincott, Harriette Hemmasi and Vivian Lewis

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Recent Project Briefings & Plenary Sessions from CNI Meetings

Connect. Collaborate. Contribute: A Model for Designing and Building a Research Commons (March '16)

Alison Armstrong, The Ohio State University


Experimental Learning Environments at Clemson University Libraries (March '16)

Christopher Vinson, Clemson University
Patricia Carbajales-Dale, Clemson University
Bobby Hollandsworth, Clemson University
Wesley Smith, Clemson University


New and Evolving Services for Scholarship (March '16)

Rebecca Bryant, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Beth Namachchivaya, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Wayne Morse, Emory University


Scaling Maker Spaces Across the Web: Weaving Maker Space Communities Together to Support Distributed, Networked Collaboration in Knowledge Creation (March '16)

Rick Luce, University of Oklahoma
Carl Grant, University of Oklahoma


Design Labs at the Intersection of Engaged Learning and Digital Scholarship (November '15)

Laurie Alexander, University of Michigan
Justin Schell, University of Michigan




Recent Videos

Connect. Collaborate. Contribute: A Model for Designing and Building a Research Commons (March '16)
Alison Armstrong, The Ohio State University
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Scaling Maker Spaces Across the Web: Weaving Maker Space Communities Together to Support Distributed, Networked Collaboration in Knowledge Creation (March '16)
Rick Luce, University of Oklahoma
Carl Grant, University of Oklahoma View more information

 

Design Labs at the Intersection of Engaged Learning and Digital Scholarship (November '15)
Laurie Alexander, University of Michigan
Justin Schell, University of Michigan View more information

 

Experiences with High Resolution Display Walls in Academic Libraries (November '15)
John Brosz, University of Calgary
E. Patrick Rashleigh, Brown University
Josh Boyer, North Carolina State University View more information

 

Managing Public Video Walls in an Academic Library (April '15)
Shawna Sadler, Deakin University
Mike Nutt, North Carolina State University
Renee Reaume, University of Calgary
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Recent Podcasts

Feb. 28, 2012: Personal Archiving, AAAS, Learning Analytics, & More (February '12) CNI Conversations Podcast, Feb. 10, 2012
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Sept 6, 2011: CI for Classical Studies, Digital Scholarship Centers, Data Mgt, Cliff’s Summer Reading (September '11) CNI Conversations Podcast, Sept 6, 2011
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Crowdsourcing & Data; Future of Academic Libraries; Nat’l Approaches to Digital Preservation (June '11) CNI Conversations Podcast, June 1, 2011
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“Interview with Joan Lippincott at EDUCAUSE 2005” (October '05) Interviewee: Joan K. Lippincott
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