The Use of Physical Space in Libraries: new services; new collaborations
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  • We have a few images of the recently refurbished 18th Avenue library at Ohio State. This is the former Science and Engineering Library.I want to thank MerisMandernach for these images from Ohio State. Meris is Head of Reference Services, University Libraries Research Services.
  • Over winter break three of the five floors in this library were refurnished to give the space definition and provide zones for different types of learning.Here is a photo of the basement. These students are using a mediascape table which allows multiple uses to connect their computers at once for collaboration.
  • The fourth floor is a quiet floor and was included in the refurbishing project. The focus was on individualized study either at tables or comfortable chairs.
  • The second floor houses the music and dance library. Couches as well as group study space was added.

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  • 1. The Use of Physical Space inLibraries:new servicesnew collaborationsTwitter Feed #uscrefOhioLINK Reference & User Services Committee
  • 2. SlideShare Link
  • 3. University LibrariesUniversity of AkronJoe Salem
  • 4. PowerPoint Twitter Feedback Slide
  • 5. Ohio State University18th AvenueFormer Science & Engineering Library
  • 6. Mediascapes (basement)
  • 7. 4th floorquiet floor
  • 8. 2nd floormusic &dance library
  • 9. PowerPoint Twitter Feedback Slide
  • 10. Wittenberg UniversityKristen Gibson Peters
  • 11. Ricky and Beatrice
  • 12. Ken at Collaboration Station
  • 13. “Before”
  • 14. Wiring
  • 15. Support Bar
  • 16. AV panel
  • 17. Monitor input options
  • 18. Monitor turned off & shade down
  • 19. Wireless mouse & keyboard
  • 20. Cables & accessories
  • 21. PowerPoint Twitter Feedback Slide
  • 22. Oberlin College LibraryMegan Mitchell
  • 23. Café Counter
  • 24. Café exterior
  • 25. Café seating
  • 26. Classroom
  • 27. Computer Pods
  • 28. CurrentPeriodicals
  • 29. Research Help Desk
  • 30. Group Study Room
  • 31. Lounge Chairs
  • 32. PowerPoint Twitter Feedback Slide
  • 33. Kent State UniversityMath Emporiumhttps://plus.google.com/photos/104511806924708373198/albums/5868558576265467905?authkey=CNroq4igu9-c9QEEdith Scarletto
  • 34. PowerPoint Twitter Feedback Slide
  • 35. Jerome LibraryBowling Green State UniversityLinda Rich
  • 36. JeromeLibrary
  • 37. Light Court
  • 38. Light Court
  • 39. View to Learning Commons
  • 40. Learning Commons Desk
  • 41. Learning Commons Study
  • 42. Math Lab
  • 43. Learning Commons Group Room
  • 44. Learning Commons Presentation
  • 45. Atrium
  • 46. PowerPoint Twitter Feedback Slide
  • 47. PowerPoint Twitter Feedback SlideUse Presentation Mode to view, Click this header to give mouse control back to PowerPoint,change slide, etc. Check the “alternate format” to see more tweets!