38,000 online reservations</li></li></ul><li>Political priorities<br />We will remodel or rebuild every library in every community in Manchester<br />We will continue to invest in Library services to improve life long learning opportunities for all Manchester residents<br />We will ensure where possible the Council extends library opening-hours<br />
Co-location strategy: colleges, adult learning centres, academy schools, supermarkets, leisure centres, children’s centres, health centres.
Location: re-siting libraries at the heart of regenerated communities</li></li></ul><li>Renewal: New Libraries for Manchester<br /><ul><li>Use of new technology: RFID, Wifi, automated storage and retrieval, selfservice and return, book vending machines
24 hour virtual library and award winning social networking services
City LibraryCity centre, 4,000m2, open 67 hours
District LibraryCo-located, 1,000m2, open 64 hours
Community LibraryCo-located, 450-900m2, open 46 hours
Outreach Libraries</li></ul> Community locations, 50-150m2<br />
Phase 1. Completed<br /><ul><li>Forum Library (MCC and European funding)</li></ul> Co-located with health centre, leisure centre, nursery, and college <br /><ul><li>North City Library (Manchester College and MCC funding)</li></ul> Co-located with the College<br /><ul><li>Clayton Library (Regeneration funding)</li></ul> Co-located with a Children’s Centre<br /><ul><li>East City Library (Manchester College and MCC funding)</li></ul> Co-located with the College<br />
Phase 2 – under construction <br /><ul><li>Moss Side Powerhouse Library</li></ul> Co-located with a youth centre<br /><ul><li>Longsight Library & Learning Centre</li></ul> Co-located with an adult learning centre<br /><ul><li>Beswick Library and Brooklands Library</li></ul> Co-located with new Academy Schools<br /><ul><li>The Avenue Library & Learning Centre</li></ul> Co-located with an adult education centre and a supermarket<br />
Moss Side Powerhouse Library<br /><ul><li>Big Lottery funded refurbishment, moving the library to a larger ground floor space
Funded by MCC as part of £155m refurbishment of the civic estate</li></li></ul><li>Central Library Transformation Programme<br />New Service Concept- new services, delivered differently<br />Improved Customer Services<br />Staff transformation programme<br />
New service concept<br />The Library as the Third Place<br />New services such as the Film Archive<br />24/7 access<br />Self service and automation<br />Increased access to the collection of 1m items<br />More public space from 30% to 70% of the building<br />Central Library and City Library<br />1 integrated Archive<br />Integrated collections<br />
Central Library:Manchester’s Third Place<br />
Core Partnership<br />Greater Manchester County Record Office <br />Manchester Archives & Local Studies<br />Ahmed Iqbal Ullah Race Relations Resource Centre & Education Trust<br />Manchester & Lancashire Family History Society<br />Manchester Registration Service <br />North West Film Archive<br />British Film Institute Mediatheque<br />
Vision for Archive Partnership<br />Archive + service concept<br />Regional centre of excellence for archives & family history<br />The destination for heritage tourists, telling the stories of Manchester’s history and communities<br />Exciting and unique partnership, combining complementary collections and services <br />One-stop shop for family history<br />North West partner for The National Archives and British Film Institute<br />
New ways of working – automation and customer self service<br />Issue<br />Return<br />Security<br />Book sorting<br />Automated storage<br />Automated stack retrieval<br />Self serve reservations<br />(only shelving in public areas remains non automated)<br />
Largest cataloguing project in UK<br />1 million retrospective items<br />Manchester’s rich literary heritage<br />Electronic delivery of records from British Library and other sources<br />Improved access to collections for customers<br />Leading to National Designation Status<br />
Phase 4 – coming soon!<br />4 more new libraries under discussion with 2 retail developers, a Housing Association, and the PCT <br />Potential for more joint college public libraries<br />Refurbishment of remaining estate<br />
Any questions?<br />Further information:<br />Councillor Mike Amesbury<br />Cllr.firstname.lastname@example.org<br />Nicky Parker<br />email@example.com<br />
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