Author Archives: Oleksandr Kyrychenko

Emory Photo Club exhibit in the Learning Commons

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A new Emory Photo Club exhibit of five photos, the winners of their “Earth Day” themed competition, is up on the orange wall on Level 2 in the Learning Commons. The following is from the accompanying description:   “Photo Club Emory is an organization that promotes and endorses creativity and passion through photography. Our members […]

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Room 213 in the Woodruff Library Learning Commons: A New Space and Its First Users

a room in the library

As a result of collaboration among Student Digital Life, Classroom Technology Services, Library Facilities, and Campus Services Interior Design teams, a former conference room located on the second floor of Woodruff Library has been converted into a space that provides highly sought-after services for Emory students. The mismatched, outdated furniture and underused SMART board in […]

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Learning Commons surveys yield positive results

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Each semester, Woodruff Library Learning Commons and the Computing Center at Cox Hall—the two facilities that provide technological resources, collaborative spaces, and support services for Emory’s student community—conduct customer satisfaction surveys. The students are invited to tell us what they think and rate their satisfaction with our spaces, with the technology, and with the quality […]

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Next generation Learning Commons coming to Woodruff Library this fall

The Learning Commons (Info Commons at the time) was first introduced into the Woodruff Library in 1998 as a place that combined library and information technology resources and support services in an accessible, welcoming environment for student learning and research. As the technology evolved and the needs of its users changed, so did the Learning […]

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