Resources and Experiences as Foundations of the New Learning Environment
In a series of three video clips, Nick Shackleton-Jones discusses two learning elements that are becoming foundational to the work of the library -- experiences and resources. He argues that high impact experiences are important to engage less motivated learners and that high quality resources must be available to be found by more motivated learners.
Each floor of the library is designed to provide settings for learning experiences. The goal is to engage learners who may not be motivated at the moment.
Each of our physical and digital assets is designed to offer high quality resources for learners who are seeking seeking to learn something.
If we frame our future work in terms of experiences and resources, how might such a framework influence what we do and how we do it?