restricted access   Volume 14, Number 3, July 2014

Table of Contents

Special Issue: Imagining the Future of Academic Libraries

Guest Editor: Damon E. Jaggars, Columbia University, djaggars@columbia.edu

This special issue explores the possibilities of what academic libraries might become or cease to be in a speculative future. Experts from different sectors of the academic library ecosystem were asked to share their visions of the future, with the intention of providing insights that might fuel the creation of vital futures for academic libraries and librarians.
—Damon E. Jaggars

Articles

We Can Imagine the Future, But Are We Equipped to Create It?

pp. 319-323
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The University as a Fully Integrated and Distributed Platform: A Vision

pp. 325-328
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Imagine! On the Future of Teaching and Learning and the Academic Research Library

pp. 329-351
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Start a New Fire: Measuring the Value of Academic Libraries in Undergraduate Learning

pp. 353-367
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Staying True to the Core: Designing the Future Academic Library Experience

pp. 369-382
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Reenvisioning Teaching and Learning: Opportunities for Campus IT

pp. 383-391
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Collection Directions: The Evolution of Library Collections and Collecting

pp. 393-423
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Access to Everything: Building the Future Academic Library Collection

pp. 425-437
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Diversity, Social Justice, and the Future of Libraries

pp. 439-451
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Librarian as Futurist: Changing the Way Libraries Think About the Future

pp. 453-462
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