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Vision Meets Reality: The Leeward Community College Learning Commons Three Years On

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Title:Vision Meets Reality: The Leeward Community College Learning Commons Three Years On
Authors:Oshiro, Wayde
Hayashi, Junie
Long, Keahiahi
Chernisky, Carina
Keywords:Academic libraries
Date Issued:04 Dec 2015
Abstract:Learning commons are adaptive spaces that support and promote collaborative learning in an academic setting. In 2012 Leeward Community College opened a learning commons in what was the Library’s main floor. The renovated space includes Library circulation services, a Learning Resource Center, a Writing Center, computer workstations, and a KiMO BEAN café. Learn about our successes as the renovated floor was transformed into a popular campus hub. The Leeward CC Learning Commons is recognized as a dynamic and integral part of the Leeward campus albeit one that is still experiencing growing pains. Our 3rd year begins on a positive note with the adaptive reuse of an existing space into a new Hawai'i Pacific Resource Room. Find out what happens next.
Description:Presentation slides
Pages/Duration:39 slides
URI:http://hdl.handle.net/10524/63892
Rights:Contact the author for permission to use or reproduce.
Appears in Collections: 2015 HLA Conference


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