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Creating flexible learning spaces for the future student
Creating flexible learning spaces for the future student
Creating flexible learning spaces for the future student
Creating flexible learning spaces for the future student
Creating flexible learning spaces for the future student
Creating flexible learning spaces for the future student
Creating flexible learning spaces for the future student
Creating flexible learning spaces for the future student
Creating flexible learning spaces for the future student
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Creating flexible learning spaces for the future student

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  • 1. Dr Graham Walton, Head of Library Planning and Resources at Loughborough University and Liz Waller, Head of Information Services at the University of York BETT, London 24th January 2014
  • 2. Introduction Who we are SCONUL and the Design Award SCONUL statistics York & Loughborough study on BYOD With permission University of Exeter Library
  • 3. BYOD technologies used  Laptops  York 65%  Loughborough 33%  Tablets  York 12%  Loughborough 10%  Smart phones  York 80%  Loughborough 55% With permission University of York Library
  • 4. BYOD and fixed IT use  Fixed PCs  York 66% academic 10% social  Loughborough 90% academic 10% social  Laptops  York 90% academic 50% social  Loughborough 90% academic 70% social  Tablets  York 20% academic 35% social  Loughborough 15% academic 33% social  Smart phones  York 20% academic 80% social  Loughborough 25% academic 95% social With permission University of West of Scotland Library
  • 5. Availability of software  York 80% agree that they can access software required from fixed IT  York 70% agree that they can access software required from thin client  Loughborough 90% agree they can access software required from fixed IT With permission Kingston University Library
  • 6. Availability of PCs  York 50% agree they can access PC when required  Loughborough 40% agree they can access PC when required With permission University of Loughborough Library
  • 7. Results from SCONUL survey • About the statistics o 23 libraries selected (including all Design Award Winners 2013) o Trends from from 2009/10 to 2011/12 o Looked at Total Study Spaces, Open Access Workstations, Spaces with Wireless Connections, Spaces with Fixed Network Connections With permission Christ Church Canterbury University Library
  • 8. Overview 09/10-10/11 “sample”  Sector has seen a small rise in the number of study spaces  Nature of study space provision has changed more radically  Total number of spaces which might be described as “IT enabled” has increased dramatically by 44.28%  Trend has been to equip more study spaces with IT – by providing “fixed IT and wireless coverage with power  Drop in network connections but no wireless - massive 77.38%  Spaces with wireless coverage might be even higher now – change in criteria for reporting  Even so 113% increse in spaces with network coverage - showing move to supporting BYOD. With permission University of Loughborough Library
  • 9. Design Award Libraries and technology  Lots of different models of management  Access to technology central to all in design and service delivery  Library staff are involved strategically in the integration of IT  Wireless is ubiquitous, providing power is a challenge  BYOD is on the increase  Student support model varies, though Libraries in the front line  Limited work on future support for BYOD With permission Queens University Belfast Library
  • 10. Summary: Creating flexible learning spaces  Learning space is important!  Learning spaces are being planned with delivery of services and resources through IT  BYOD is on the increase  What is the device to follow – smartphones not being used for academic purposes, nor tablets  Issue seems to be portability of the favourite device – the laptop – this will change! But is this all?  Our spaces need to be generously equipped with wireless and power  Power – how do we deliver in a flexible environment?  Our flexibility of design can be challenged by the continuing demand for fixed IT  We need to be in touch with the students, to understand their current needs and anticipate those of the future With permission University of York Library
  • 11. Questions?

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