The challenge of keeping your library current isn’t just about the collection, but also the space. Libraries of all types are making changes big and small to make their space more functional, friendly, and to provide important learning environments. Join academic librarian and Associate Dean for Public Services Kathryn Crowe to learn how you can enrich your library’s spaces.
Drawing on more than 30 years of experience in an academic library and research for her many publications, including her recent book The Future of Library Space, Crowe is an expert in how to build a better library. In this webinar, Kathy will explore
Join us for this free 45-minute webinar and following Q&A session to learn about recent trends in library space.
Kathryn Moore Crowe is currently serving as the Interim Dean at the University Libraries, University of North Carolina at Greensboro (UNCG). She has worked at UNCG since 1983 in several positions, most recently as Associate Dean for Public Services. In addition to the MLS from Indiana University, she has a BA in History from Randolph-Macon College and a MA in History from the University of Georgia. She has written articles and delivered presentations nationally and internationally on information literacy, library assessment, and leadership. She is on the editorial board for The Journal of Learning Spaces and the editorial advisory board for Advances in Library Administration and Organization.
Interim Dean at the University Libraries, University of North Carolina at Greensboro