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A white paper that discusses the question: "What will it take to keep students and other users focused on the value and usefulness of print in an age of many distractions?" A renovation of facilities at Arizona State University prompted the library to engage in this discussion.
In 2018, Yale University Library hired Nancy Fried Foster, an anthropologist who conducts user-centered design exercises to help colleges, universities, cultural institutions, and academic libraries develop spaces and services. The report details the findings of the research which focused on understanding the library space needs of Yale undergraduate students.