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Library Resources for Faculty: Technology

Research: Library Technology

Cross, E., & Tucci, R. (2017). The Emerging Technology Collection at Carleton University Library: Supporting Experiential Learning in the University Curriculum. Partnership: The Canadian Journal of Library and Information Practice and Research, 12(1).

"[Carleton's] Emerging Technology Collection has been developed to support changes in the way university courses are being taught with an increased emphasis on experiential learning. Based on circulation statistics, we know the collection is popular with students... [Demonstrated in following student quote] ''The ease of access and borrowing of otherwise expensive and hard to acquire equipment really allows students to expand on and put into practice what they've learned in the classroom. I think knowing that this technology can be easily obtained also helps to foster creativity and a desire to test out new ideas'."


Collins, A. R., & Crowe, K. (2021). Where do we grow from here? Assessing the perceived impact of a digital media commons on student success. [The perceived impact of DMC] Performance Measurement and Metrics, 22(3), 174-186.

"From what our recent studies have shown us, the DMC is having a positive impact on student success as perceived by students and instructors alike. Both groups anecdotally attribute students' success completing digital assignments and accessing technology to their direct engagement with the DMC staff, space and service offerings."

COD Library Technology

The COD library provides support for a wide variety of student and faculty technology needs.

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