Library self-disruption: The key to surviving and thriving: A library dean and professor dialogue on learning technologies and mutual dependence

Susan M. Ryan, W. Tandy Grubbs

Abstract

Disruption and change, especially in the area of technology, continue to have a major impact on society. The higher education community is certainly not immune to these trends. In this article, the authors, the library dean and a professor of chemistry at Stetson University, engage in a dialogue on learning technologies and mutual dependence.

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