Library Study at Fresno State-next CICC

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fresno.jpgWhat's an ethnographic library study and how can it inform how we provide library services?

The Reinventing Reference Collaborative invite you to explore these questions as we discuss "The Library Study at Fresno State" at the next Current Issues Coffee Club:

Tuesday, April 27, 3:00-4:30pm
Room S30A, Wilson Library
Coffee and treats will be provided


The Library Study at Fresno State: http://z.umn.edu/fresnostate

The Library Study at Fresno State provides a fascinating glimpse into how undergraduates at a large public university use and think about libraries and library services. The research was done by a team of anthropologists who used ethnographic observation techniques to study undergraduates in their "natural habitats," and examine how current library services align with the needs and desires of today's library users.

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