Ascending Bloom's Pyramid: Fostering Student Creativity and Innovation in Academic Library Spaces

@article{Bieraugel2017AscendingBP,
  title={Ascending Bloom's Pyramid: Fostering Student Creativity and Innovation in Academic Library Spaces},
  author={Mark Bieraugel and Stern Neill},
  journal={Coll. Res. Libr.},
  year={2017},
  volume={78},
  pages={35-52}
}
Our research examined the degree to which behaviors and learning associated with creativity and innovation were supported in five academic library spaces and three other spaces at a mid-sized university. Based on survey data from 226 students, we apply a number of statistical techniques to measure student perceptions of the types of learning and behavior associated with the selected spaces. We found that the on-campus makerspace located outside the library encouraged the most innovative… Expand

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