Shaping the Future of Academic Libraries: Authentic Learning for the Next Generation

Jurgen Schulte, Belinda Tiffen, Jackie Edwards, Scott Abbott, Edward Luca


Academic librarianship is changing in response to new pedagogies and educational approaches emerging in the tertiary (i.e. post-secondary, college or university) education sector.1,2 As teaching shifts to more engaged and authentic student experiences, with a focus on preparing undergraduates with the necessary attributes to succeed in the future workplace, librarians have the opportunity to employ their skills in information management, digital literacy, scholarly communication and technology to partner with academic staff in effecting this change.

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