Reimagining Library Spaces and Learning Frameworks at The JFS Library at BYU–Hawaii

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2021-12-03
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Robertson, Stephanie
Falevai, Zoia
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Ever-evolving trends in higher education call for a reimagining of library spaces and learning frameworks in order to better address each unique campus community and their needs. The Joseph F. Smith Library at BYU–Hawaii has answered this call by linking arms with our campus learning and teaching center and their framework which invites teachers and learners to prepare, engage, develop, and improve as lifelong learners. Teaching and modeling information literacy best practices is a cornerstone of this reimagining. Information literacy is not an isolated skill as it correlates, comports with, and builds upon other competencies and learning abilities such as critical thinking, problem-solving, metacognition, critical information evaluation, and active learning.
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Information literacy, Academic libraries
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