Type of Work
College and Research Libraries News
At Hamilton College's Burke Library, innovative programming has been implemented to highlight the creative work of Hamilton’s students and faculty. Apple & Quill provides opportunity for students to participate in writing workshops and analog makerspace activities (such as book making), and publicly share their writing through organized reading events in the library. As a result, the series has attracted students and faculty to the physical library building, forged new personal connections, improved collaborations with campus partners, and engaged the community with the library.
Forrest, Lisa A., "Going Analog and Getting Artsy: Programming in the Academic Library" (2015). Hamilton Digital Commons.
Hamilton Office Affiliation
Library and Information Technology Services