Libraries are changing. Following the rise of the internet, libraries were forced to rethink their roles as gathering places, becoming a hub of social and cultural activities on campus. Now, the pandemic is causing them to reimagine their roles once again. How are college and university libraries, mostly deserted during campus closures, adapting to meet the needs of students now, and where will they go from here?
A panel of experts joined The Chronicle for a virtual forum examining the role of the library after the pandemic subsides. If you missed the live virtual forum, you can register to watch the on-demand recording.
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