|Foundational Ideas and Practices|
Loertscher and Koechlin did the original re0envisioning of the transformation from the traditional library that focused solely as a place for the consumption of knowledge to a place that added the creation of knowledge to the essential roles of the school library.
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|David Loertscher's Blog and other Social Media|
Facilities and More
To the visitor, the change in the physical facility will be the most noticeable transformation to a Library Learning Commons, but in fact, the Virtual Learning Commons, a replacement for the Library website will actually be as or more powerful than the physical changes.
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International Registry of School Learning Commons
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And, See the Directory here
Update survey of Your Learning Commons, January, 2015
Brief Questionnaire: here
Announcing HereYear of the Learning Commons:
The Year of the Learning Commons
This Learning Commons website is a companion site to the second edition of our book: The New Learning Commons Where Learners Win! by David V. Loertscher, Carol Koechlin, Sandi Zwaan and Esther Rosenfeld. Learning Commons Press, 2011. It along with other resources can be found at LMCSource.com
Presentations, events, new publications, and other developments connected to the growth and development of the learning commons concept anywhere in the world.
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