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Third Place : Creating a Library Environment That Opens Doors for Collaboration, Value, and Student Achievement
Ray Oldenburg, in A Great Good Place, coined the term “third place” based on the idea of three spaces individuals usually occupy. The "first place" is the home; the "second place," the workplace; and third place, casual, ...
Third Space: Creating a Library Environment That Opens Doors for Collaboration, Value, and Student Achievement
The idea of creating third space in a library environment is emerging in the profession of librarianship. Oldenburg calls one's "first place" the home and those that one lives with. The "second place" is the workplace — ...