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Knowledge Commons Launch Party!

Join us in celebrating the opening of the Knowledge Commons, Hampshire College’s new hub of academic resources in the library.

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Welcome to the Knowledge Commons!

Beginning this week, and unfolding over the course of this month, alumni fellows and peer mentors representing an array of academic services will be offering drop in hours in the Knowledge Commons!

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Renovations in the Knowledge Commons

Take a look at the new space in progress!

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Knowledge Commons Inquiry Center

Construction starts on Wednesday to create a Knowledge Commons Inquiry Center on the first floor of the library.

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From Vision to Reality: Part I

Three years of planning culminated in 2016 with a vision for a library-based “Knowledge Commons” that would strengthen existing services and resources at Hampshire and help guarantee a significant and sustainable future for a reimagined library that meets the needs of 21st century learners.

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Knowledge Commons Update

As we start off the academic year, the Knowledge Commons team is hard at work piloting services, planning spaces, and getting the word out. Read on for the latest updates on our progress.

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Hampshire’s Knowledge Commons Team

The library is thrilled to welcome and introduce our growing Knowledge Commons team. With funding from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, the library has recruited and hired a team that will connect our campus to resources to support teaching and learning.

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K W Commons – March 2016 Vision and Plans

The Knowledge and Wellness Commons planning continues to make great progress. In February 2016, Bruner/Cott architects and planners and Brightspot, strategy consultants, consulted with more than 100 Hampshire students to conceive the Wellness Commons.

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Update on LLC: Knowledge and Wellness Commons

In May 2015 the Library Learning Commons Service Strategy Report was finalized. In December 2015 the library received a generous grant from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation for implementation of a Learning Commons 3.O.

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APL + HSU

The two Library Learning Commons Pilot Project spaces were designed and developed in a collaboration between the Creativity Center, the Harold F. Johnson Library, Rehamping, the Hampshire Student Union, and Facilities.

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