Creating a LINQ to Learning

Post Date:
Sep 27, 2017

Thank you to many members of the Queen’s community who joined us to preview the Watson Hall LINQ earlier this week. We were pleased to see the enthusiasm for this new node in the Queen’s University Library network. 

The Watson Hall LINQ creates a new learning space with 21 seats, where students can study and work together on course-related projects in an inspiring library atmosphere, in a highly-visible location close to professors and teaching assistants, as well as residences and dining halls. This space has been developed in accordance with the strategies outlined in the Library and Archives Master Plan (LAMP) to achieve a high level learning experience.  The LINQ was made possible through the generous support of the Joseph S. Stauffer Foundation.

The open study space is open for use now, and the new group study room will be available for booking on our website next week.

For more information on the space, please see the Queen’s Gazette.

Those interested in exploring the possibility of providing a LINQ in their space are invited to get in touch with the Office of the Vice-Provost (Digital Planning) and University Librarian. 

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