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Abstract The University of Michigan, Ann Arbor had embraced service design and design thinking, but the pandemic-induced campus transition enabled staff to innovate differently. Many services transitioned to virtual options but some onsite library services reopened for Fall 2020. Library...
Abstract Library long-term and strategic plans tend to employ top down approaches that can leave departmental staff feeling disconnected an unrepresented in the plan. In 2019, the Access Services Department at the University of Denver engaged in a long-term planning process. This process puts...
Abstract This reflection is based on the authors’ concerns around the often-uncritical reception given to the increasing proliferation of Little Free Libraries (LFLs). The almost viral growth of these iconic micro book repositories has been met with widespread media coverage and support....
Abstract A library should be accessible and provide inclusive services. This is a challenge for many developing countries. However, with limited funding and infrastructure, there have been concerted attempts to mitigate this challenge. This paper focuses on mini-libs as a possible solution for...
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