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Library learning spaces in the digital age

@inproceedings{Horn2014LibraryLS,
  title={Library learning spaces in the digital age},
  author={Anne Horn and Bernadette Lingham and Sue Owen},
  year={2014}
}
Students describe the Library as being central to their learning, offering focus and inspiration, enabling access to information and technologies, and collaboration with peers. Deakin University Library’s building redevelopment program has been integral to the Library’s re-imagined value proposition for students learning in the digital age. The introduction of new generation library and learning spaces strengthens the University’s offer to students for a brilliant education where you are and… 

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