Welcome to the Commons

“In an information commons, the underlying philosophy is to provide users with a seamless work environment so that they may access, manage, and produce information at the same workstation.”
-D. Russel Baily, Transforming Library Service through Information Commons

The Commons is a collaborative environment that features innovatively designed workspaces offering complete access to the widest possible range of resources.

It is a combination of advanced computers, leading edge software, competent help and support, a wide range of classes, a pleasant environment, collaboration areas, and comfortable seating.

Also available are a practice presentation room with digital projector, and a multimedia room for creating everything from simple images to complex sound and videos.

It is an inviting world which welcomes people who want to study, think, develop new ideas, collaborate with others, or just to rest, read a good book, or surf the net.

So please relax and enjoy this space which has been spcifically designed and created for people like you.

David Newbold
Information Commons Manager

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2 responses to “Welcome to the Commons

  1. biomedical library

    This is good news to the biomedical library universe. To have a place like this one, where everyone can share knowledge and have access to essential information is fundamental to study, consolidate resources and innovate in the area of biomedical library.

  2. biomedical library

    Very interesting article! It`s places like this one that make us dream about a brilliant future in the area of biomedical library. The possibility to share knowledge and access so much important information it`s amazing. Just imagine all the biomedical possibilities…

    http://goo.gl/8ghXk9

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