Rescheduled Library Commons Open House

Library Open House for the Information Commons Experiment –

Come to the Hoover Library and discover the new and innovative ways we are experimenting with Creative Learning Spaces. This open house event will familiarize the McDaniel community with the details of the project and our future plans. Please join us and see how we are providing new environments to support student collaboration on group projects and facilitating learning activities outside of the classroom.

Date: Friday, April 16, 2010
Time: 2:00-4:00 Open House Event and Refreshments Available / At 2:45 the Director of Hoover Library, Jessame Ferguson will provide brief comments in the Rotunda

Self-tours will be available throughout the day, so please stop by earlier if you can’t join us for the main event.

For more information, please visit our news blog on the project at: http://hooverlib.wordpress.com/information-commons/ – leave us comments and see updates. Or contact Jessame Ferguson at X2281 or jferguson@mcdaniel.edu

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One Response to Rescheduled Library Commons Open House

  1. Jessame Ferguson says:

    Dear Faculty, please come to the Open House and tell us what you think:

    Do these new spaces provide more opportunity for students to work on group projects for your courses?

    Might you develop assignments that could take advantage of these work spaces?

    Is there anything that students need for their collaborative work that we are missing?

    Please share examples of collaborative assignments and answers to these and other related questions here on the CFE Blog.

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