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    • 1. SECTION 4 CASE STUDIES
    • 2. A.Cohen Associates Ltd Tel: (914) 271-8170 Fax: (914) 271-2434 E-mail: [email_address] Homepage: http://www.acohen.com KING ABDULLAH UNIVERSITY SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY NEW LIBRARY PROJECT CASE STUDY 159 Teatown Road Croton-on-Hudson, NY 10520
    • 3. Tel: (914) 271-8170 Fax: (914) 271-2434 E-mail: [email_address] Homepage: http://www.acohen.com KING ABDULLAH UNIVERSITY SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY, CAMPUS LIBRARY CASE STUDY
    • 4.  
    • 5. ENTRY LEVEL CONCEPT Reference / Learning Commons Entrance Reference Desk Self Check-in Check-out Copier Room Stair Elevator Media Commons Periodicals Cafe Computer Scientists Collaborative Learning Area Reference Librarians General Seating Media Commons Media Collection Seating Seating Collection/Seating Media Collection 24 hr Seating Collection Scholars Workstations Collaborative Seating
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    • 7. Stanford University
    • 8. SECOND LEVEL CONCEPT General Collection Stair Elevator Media Resource Center Scholars workstations – Access Grid Area Library Operations Receiving/Staff Area Collection Seating Collaborative Learning Area Multipurpose Distance Learning Rooms Administration Copier Room
    • 9.  
    • 10. LOWER LEVEL CONCEPT Deposit Collection Document Retention (climate control, compact shelving) Stair Elevator Library Operations Seating Copier Room
    • 11.  
    • 12.
      • Staff
      • Collection Development
      • Facilities
      • Services
      • Library Catalog and Modules
      • Operations Budget
      • Technical Services
      • Workflow
      • Administration
      • Relationships
      • The Library as a Contribution to Academics
      • Planning a Digital Lab
      KAUST ACADEMIC UNIVERISTY LIBRARY FRAMEWORK
    • 13. Bibliographic System Staff Collection Development Facilities Services Relationships Technical Services Operating Budget Workflow Administrative Services Library Contributions to the University Digitization Lab A B C University Library Priority List: Building Blocks
    • 14. A.Cohen Associates Ltd Tel: (914) 271-8170 Fax: (914) 271-2434 E-mail: [email_address] Homepage: http://www.acohen.com LONG ISLAND UNIVERSITY C.W. POST CAMPUS, UNIVERSITY LIBRARY REORGANIZATION CASE STUDY 159 Teatown Road Croton-on-Hudson, NY 10520
    • 15. LIU, First floor Plan before…
    • 16. LIU, First floor Plan after…
    • 17. Entrance Before
    • 18. Entrance After
    • 19. Information Commons Before
    • 20. Information Commons After
    • 21. New Trend in Academic Library Design: Collaborative Space
    • 22. Collaborative Space
    • 23. A.Cohen Associates Ltd Tel: (914) 271-8170 Fax: (914) 271-2434 E-mail: [email_address] Homepage: http://www.acohen.com DUQANUE UNIVERSITY, MAIN CAMPUS LIBRARY REORGANIZATION CASE STUDY 159 Teatown Road Croton-on-Hudson, NY 10520
    • 24. CURRENT SITUATION
      • The current library is 30 years old.
      • Student study space could be improved with additional collaborative environments; Learning Commons
      • Over the last 10 years, Library collection expenditures has changed from 100% print to 80% electronic investments.
      • Service Desk Information Transactions increased 17% between 2003 and 2006.
      • The existing 4 th and 5 th floor of the Library Building provides the best option for limited / phased investment.
        • The library must have a roadmap for the future.
    • 25.
      • Library Design and Space Planning
      • Exploring ways in which Duquesne’s Gumberg Library is changing from printed materials to “a full range of scholarly activity.”
      • Students use the library for collaborative learning and research. The Gumberg library is:
        • Centrally located
        • Largest seating for study on campus
        • Open extra hours
        • Hub of the wheel
    • 26. Group Study
    • 27.
      • When the library was built adding the 4 th and 5 th floor the main focus was to increase print holdings and improve materials management.
      Print Materials Processing
    • 28. Casual Users: Starbucks
    • 29. Entrance of Library: Emphasize Identity
    • 30. Side View of Library: Plaza Renovation Requirements
    • 31. Findings: Visual Scan
      • During our work sessions, tour and visual scan of the Gumberg Library facility, each area was rated for its strengths and weaknesses.
      • Participants graded the existing library’s flexibility, access and seating capacity at a B- .
        • Entrance on the 4 th floor – C
        • Open computers on the 4 th floor – B
        • Student Seating on the 5 th floor – C+
        • EZ borrower Office – D
        • Circulation Workroom - D
      • This clearly demonstrated a need to redesign components within the library.
        • The entrance and service points on the 4 th floor. Student seating and staff offices on 5 th floor.
    • 32. Learning Commons
      • Improve research seating and collaborative / group areas.
      • Improve and enhance electronic access capabilities.
      • Satisfy student demand for study space in the library.
      • Improve the relationship between the library and faculty/researcher.
      • Increase the usage and the return on investment of electronic/scholarly resources.
      • Increase the quality of education for accreditation:
        • “ In the Learning Commons, students will find electronic and print information resources, along with reference librarians to provide research consultation and assistance.” M. Gorman, 2006 President of ALA, Dean of Library Services California State Fresno.
    • 33. Outcomes
      • Make an Assessment of Gumberg Library.
        • Provide options for future delivery of services for 4 th and 5 th floors
          • Discuss existing and future service delivery.
          • Dialogs about existing conditions, ideas for future library space.
          • Ready access to educational materials including graduate studies
          • Increased usage of library space
        • Improve the educational center of Duquesne University
      • Improved study spaces in terms of seating, programming and interactive collaborative spaces.
        • New Entrance
          • Improved areas for popular materials
          • Increased access for students: Improve extended hours study.
        • Learning Commons
          • Greater access to extra help
          • More efficient space for project research
      • Integration of the digital medium with the printed book.
      • More display space for popular materials.
      • More efficient use of space for users, staff, and collections.
      • Provide options for phased approach with limited funding.
      • Incorporate green design elements
    • 34. Findings: Student Perception
      • What do the Students Say?
      • Do we need to improve the library?
      “ It is impossible to find a quiet comfortable space to study,” Pharmacy Student. “ There needs to be more computer and group study stations,” Humanities Student. “ When I am on campus I need a quiet and clean place study,” Graduate Student
    • 35. Existing Library
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    • 38. A.Cohen Associates Ltd Tel: (914) 271-8170 Fax: (914) 271-2434 E-mail: [email_address] Homepage: http://www.acohen.com LAS VEGAS CLARK COUNTY EFFICIENCIES STUDY CASE STUDY 159 Teatown Road Croton-on-Hudson, NY 10520
    • 39. Efficiencies initiatives research. Las Vegas-Clark County Library District (LVCCLD)
    • 40. Overview of Circulation Efficiency Initiatives
      • Self return of materials
      • Self Check-out of materials
      • Service Desk
        • Registration
        • Fines
      • Reserves (self pick up)
      • Staff functions and workflow
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    • 47. LVCCLD Rainbow Library Address: 3150 N. Buffalo Dr. Las Vegas, Nevada 89128 In Stage 1, begin efficiencies improvement by removing Circulation Desk . Stage 1 Remove Circulation Desk
    • 48. In Stage 2, relocate self check-in stations into the existing circulation workroom. Provide self check-outs in two locations: lobby and Adult area. Locate “just returned” in the high traffic area. LVCCLD Rainbow Library Address: 3150 N. Buffalo Dr. Las Vegas, Nevada 89128 5 SELF CHECK - OUT CUSTOMER SERVICE DESK JUST RETURNED SELF CHECK - IN AND SORTING SELF SERVICE RESERVE HOLDS AREA TO BE CONSIDERED FOR FUTURE RENOVATION PROVIDE NEW VESTIBULE SERVICE ENTRANCE Area to be impacted YPL SELF CHECK - OUT, NO MEDIA CUSTOMER SERVICE DESK
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    • 55. COMPASS POINT
    • 56. Administration/Organization Board Rooms Technical & Production Services Content Processing Administration Materials Storage Courier/ Mail Content Awareness/ Infoarchitecture Virtual Library Information Technology Collection Development Business Office Public Services Admin./ Development/ PR Human Resources Centralized Materials Processing Center General Services Gallery Services LVCCLD SERVICE CENTER RELATIONSHIP DIAGRAM
    • 57. SCARBOROUGH PUBLIC LIBRARY ME
    • 58. LANE PUBLIC LIBRARY OHIO
    • 59. Third Floor Furniture Plan FDA BIO-SCIENCES LIBRARY, WHITE OAK, MD
    • 60.  
    • 61. Exercise #4 Discuss & consider the advantages and disadvantages of different library spaces
    • 62. Exercise #5 Share own ideas on how to move your plan forward.
    • 63. Evaluation Form

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