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Academic library spaces and services have widely broadened their missions away from providing only traditional research services and quiet spaces for study. Today, academic libraries are increasingly repurposing space and

Academic library spaces and services have widely broadened their missions away from providing only traditional research services and quiet spaces for study. Today, academic libraries are increasingly repurposing space and redesigning services to become the hub of innovation on university campuses. The literature explores entrepreneurship and academic libraries from many perspectives but with a common theme of the library as a leader in support for entrepreneurship initiatives on campus.

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    Edens, Wes, and Allison Leaming Malecki. \u201cEntrepreneurship Initiatives in Academic Libraries.\u201d Public Services Quarterly, vol. 16, no. 2, 29 May 2020, pp. 107\u2013111., doi:10.1080/15228959.2020.1736707.

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