Active Learning

GVSU: Reimagining the Library Experience

Like every space on campus, the library now is being rethought and reorganized.

Like every space on campus, the library now is being rethought and reorganized. See how Grand Valley State University and Steelcase applied the principles of active learning to completely re-imagine the library experience.

Steelcase researchers initiated a major study of libraries at private and public colleges and universities across the U.S. What they discovered were major shifts in how the library is being used and a many opportunities to better leverage space, new technologies, and pedagogies for a new generation of students.


September 2013

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