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Arizona State University is embracing new ways of thinking about how open stacks can make books active objects of engagement for a new generation of students, rather than risk becoming mere backdrops for study spaces. By taking a deliberate design

Arizona State University is embracing new ways of thinking about how open stacks can make books active objects of engagement for a new generation of students, rather than risk becoming mere backdrops for study spaces. By taking a deliberate design approach to answering the question of which books and where, ASU Library seeks to position print collections as an engagement mechanism.

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    • Digital object identifier: 10.3998/mpub.11281794
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    McAllister, Lorrie and Shari Laster (2018). The Future of Print in Open Stacks. In Charleston Voices: Perspectives from the 2017 Conference, edited by Lars Meyer. Ann Arbor, MI: Michigan Publishing, University of Michigan Library, 2018.

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