Penn library cuts sparks outcry from students, faculty – Philadelphia Business Journal

“The University of Pennsylvania announced last week that it would be making drastic changes to two of its STEM-field libraries, and students and faculty aren’t too happy about it.

As part of an overhaul to expand its learning space for science, technology, engineering and mathematics courses, Penn is already set to close its engineering library at the end of the semester, and to convert two-thirds of its math, physics and astronomy library into an active learning classroom.” (via Philadelphia Business Journal)

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