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The Future of Academic Libraries
Campus libraries have evolved into bustling hubs that provide students with a sense of community and access to information while remaining adaptable enough to meet changing needs. Endless book stacks have given way to more flexible spaces – and a more flexible mission.

In an upcoming virtual forum, Scott Carlson, a Chronicle senior writer, will talk with a panel of experts about how libraries have adapted to change and evolved to serve institutional and student needs, including operating as maker spaces, business incubators, and more.

Read ahead: More on the evolution of libraries can be found in The Chronicle’s recent report The Library of the Future.

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Scott Carlson
Senior Writer @The Chronicle of Higher Education
Roger C. Schonfeld
Vice President, Organizational Strategy and Libraries, Scholarly Communication, and Museums @Ithaka S+R
Lorraine J. Haricombe
Vice Provost and Director, UT Libraries @University of Texas at Austin
Erin Ellis
Associate Dean for Research and Learning Services @Indiana University at Bloomington