Library Space – OHIO University Libraries

Make a Gift Now

 

Chad Boeninger, head of user services for the Libraries, leads a discussion on business resources for sophomore business cluster students in Nelson Commons, Jan. 17, 2018. (Photo by Lexi Browning/Ohio University Libraries)
Chad Boeninger, head of user services for the Libraries, leads a discussion on business resources for sophomore business cluster students, Jan. 17, 2018. (Photo by Lexi Browning/Ohio University Libraries)

As faculty assign more team-based projects, as mobile computing becomes more ubiquitous, and as the universe of information continues to expand, Alden Library is in need of more technologically-diverse spaces for student collaboration, and alternate choices of study and instruction, in today’s busy interactive classroom.

Ohio University librarians have always partnered with faculty to enhance students’ research-gathering skills for self-discovery and intellectual growth. But now, librarians provide over 1,200 hours of instruction to students about navigating today’s overwhelming information environment. Leaving students able to walk away with skills to find quality information, and enhanced research methods to successfully complete classroom assignments.