The library’s role in building campus conversations: Extending academic discourse

Trudi E. Jacobson, Tyler Norton


Higher education lives on the academic community established by and for its faculty. [The Campus Conversations in Standish speaker] series drives that community by sharing our expertise, building intellectual networks, and reminding us all of the very interesting work being done every day by individual faculty. This series reminds us of the integral role the Libraries’ play in the development and advancement of scholarship. In many ways, the Libraries serve as a cross-campus hub.—James Stellar

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