This is a neat thing to find, a newspaper article discussing an event at an ACRL conference. The topic? Serving the new generations of college students who come to the library with all new expectations.
One University of Minnesota student had a bagful of electronics with him: iPod, PalmPilot, cell phone. He was bright, opinionated, well-spoken.
And when was the last time he was in the U’s library?
“Last year,” he said.
The collective intake of breath nearly turned the room into a vacuum. What’s a university librarian to do with this generation of college students?