Academic Libraries

Today’s library must be both a catalyst
to celebrate discovery and a platform
for creating new knowledge.

Our philosophy

Dynamic forces are shifting the 21st-century educational landscape, making the library’s role even more critical on campus.

Academic libraries now function as intellectual conveners in an increasingly digital, searchable, global, collaborative and interdisciplinary world.

A great library does more than provide information access. It energizes and enables its users to explore, experiment and create. As a learning and innovation center, a library can be a robust hub of engagement within a campus community, and demonstrate an institution’s commitment to enhancing knowledge.

We approach library projects by balancing broad strategic questions that anticipate future needs while creating compelling solutions grounded in today’s tangible issues.

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Patricia A. Bou
Co-Director, Education Practice

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