Crit Stuart

Director for Library Roles in Research, Teaching & Learning

Stuart is the Association of Research Libraries’ Program Director for Research, Teaching, and Learning, the newest of the Association’s strategic initiatives. The RTL program focuses on new and expanding roles for ARL libraries to engage in the transformations affecting research, and undergraduate and graduate education. Previously Crit was senior associate director for public services at Georgia Tech Library, where he facilitated learning space transformations derived from user-centered studies. In 2007, the Georgia Tech Library was awarded the Association of College and Research Libraries’ “University Library of Excellence” (03/08).
Plenary Session V: Presentation II
How Can Future STEM Learning Communities Reflect The Future STEM Communities of Practice? Richard M. Heinz, Crit Stuart, Douglas Weldon
Breakout Session I-B: Focusing on Informal Spaces
Breakout Session III-C: Identifying & Engaging Key Players
Plenary Session I: The Georgia Institute of Technology Story
Plenary Session V: Presentation I
How Can Future STEM Learning Communities Reflect The Future STEM Communities of Practice? Richard M. Heinz, Crit Stuart, Douglas Weldon