Journal Article: “Academic Library Innovation: A Selective Review”
The article linked below was recently published by Library Leadership & Management (LL&M).
Academic Library Innovation: A Selective Review
Lorraine J. Pellack
Iowa State University Libraries
Library Leadership & Management
Vol. 36 No. 3 (2022)
This is an intentionally selective compilation of resources and ideas on innovation in academic libraries. The goals of this article are: to demystify innovation in academic libraries by providing a foundation for those wanting to learn more about it; encourage librarians to explore different types of innovation; introduce practical ideas for implementing library workplace innovation (as well as supporting innovation on campus); and provide provocative ideas to help spark creativity locally.
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19 pages; PDF.
Filed under: Academic Libraries, Libraries, Management and Leadership, News
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