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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

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. This chapter presents the transformative potential of open stacks, along with planning for access, assessment and inclusive engagement.

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    • 2018
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    • Digital object identifier: 10.3998/mpub.11281794
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      978-1941269237

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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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