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8/1/12 Obj. 4 Scenarios & Benchmarking 8/1/12 Obj. 4 Scenarios & Benchmarking Presentation Transcript

  • Golden Gate University Strategic Guidance: Objective 4 Benchmarking & Scenarios 8.1.12
  • Objective 4: University Library Conceptual Programming Scenarios Program Pieces Book Learning Collaborative Individual Gathering Browsing/ Library Staff Service Point Support Study Space Study Space Space Storage Services proprietary and confidentialGolden Gate University SF Remodel Project - Phase 7: Master Planning & Programming MKTHINK 2
  • Objective 4: University Library Conceptual Programming Scenarios Noise Levels by SpaceFully enclosed spaceVolumeNoisy Silence• Open collaborative • Collaborative study rooms • “Living room” space • Private study space • Tutoring • Service points (reference/circulation desk) carrels• Open offices • Private offices • Open individual study space FUTU R E U NIVERSITY LIBRARY• 6th floor student lounge • Learning Support Services • University Library • Law Library reading room• 40 Jessie cafe• Elevator lobbies proprietary and confidential Golden Gate University SF Remodel Project - Phase 7: Master Planning & Programming MKTHINK 3 View slide
  • Organizing Space: Organize by Layers of Activity View slide
  • Case Study: Loyola Marymount University - William H. Hannon Library Conceptual Organizational Model • Interaction-intensive layer • Transition layer • Open, flexible layer Book Storage Gathering Space Library Service Staff Point Gathering Space Book Browsing Individual Study Space Collaborative Study Rooms proprietary and confidentialGolden Gate University SF Remodel Project - Phase 7: Master Planning & Programming MKTHINK 5
  • Case Study: Loyola Marymount University - William H. Hannon Library Space Use by Floor • Quiet study space located peripherally near natural light and semi-separated from Third Floor central circulation space by book stacks • Mix of individual study spaces, collaborative study rooms, and meeting rooms/ Book Browsing classrooms distributed throughout each floor Individ. Study Gathering • Cafe located at main entryway – Space Space Gathering Space Second Floor accessible during library off-hours Library • Staff offices co-located on top floor Staff Book Individ. Book Browsing Book Study Browsing Space Browsing Individ. Individ. Service Book Study Study Point Browsing Space Gathering Space Book Space Browsing Collaborative Book First Floor Browsing Study Room Individ. Individ. Individ. Study Book Study Study Space Gathering Browsing Space Space Space Book Collaborative Browsing Study Rooms Service Service Point PointIndivid. Book Study Browsing Space Collaborative Study Space Book Browsing proprietary and confidential Golden Gate University SF Remodel Project - Phase 7: Master Planning & Programming MKTHINK 6
  • Case Study: Loyola Marymount University - William H. Hannon Library Study Spaces Third Floor Individ. Study Space Second Floor Individ. Study Space Individ. Individ. Study Study Space Space Collaborative First Floor Study Room Individ. Individ. Individ. Study Study Study Space Space SpaceIndivid. Study Space Collaborative Study Space proprietary and confidential Golden Gate University SF Remodel Project - Phase 7: Master Planning & Programming MKTHINK 7
  • Case Study: Loyola Marymount University - William H. Hannon Library Group Study Rooms 4- & 6-person Group Study Rooms • 40” LCD screen • Computer input • Audio input • Data ports • Outlets • Walltalkers (whiteboards), pens & erasers • Task seating for 4-6 • Work table Group Presentation Rooms • 40” LCD screen • Video camera • Computer input • Audio input • Data ports • Outlets • Walltalkers (whiteboards), pens, & erasers • Work table • Task seating for 4 proprietary and confidentialGolden Gate University SF Remodel Project - Phase 7: Master Planning & Programming MKTHINK 8
  • Case Study: Loyola Marymount University - William H. Hannon Library Media Viewing & Listening Rooms Media Viewing Room Media Listening Room • 42” LCD screen • Stereo speaker system • BluRay player • Extra audio inputs • VCR • Data ports • Computer input • Outlets • Data ports • CD player • Outlets • Tape player • Walltalkers (whiteboards), pens & erasers • Walltalkers (whiteboards), pens & erasers • Comfortable lounge seating for 4 • Comfortable lounge seating for 4 • Frosted windows & shades for optimal viewing conditions proprietary and confidentialGolden Gate University SF Remodel Project - Phase 7: Master Planning & Programming MKTHINK 9
  • Case Study: Loyola Marymount University - William H. Hannon Library Facilities, Services, & Collection Fact Sheet • Enrollment (2011-2012): 7,919 Collection (2010/2011) • Physical Collections • Books: 478,802 Facilities • Bound periodicals: 96,756 • 120,928 SF • CDs, DVDs, & other media: 30,560 • 3 above-ground levels • Archives & manuscripts, in linear feet: • 2 basement levels with high density 4,807 collections storage • Current print periodical subscriptions: • Seating for 865 (1:9) [GGU - 1:15] 1,313 • Postcards: 1,030,492 Services* • Electronic Resources • Check-outs & in-library use: 118,217 • E-books: 102,796 • E-reserves document hits: 156,850 • E-periodical subscriptions: 28,047 • Reference questions: 15,280 • E-reference databases: 283 • Gate count: 758,766 • Students receiving library instruction: 6,201 *statistics per semester unless otherwise noted proprietary and confidentialGolden Gate University SF Remodel Project - Phase 7: Master Planning & Programming MKTHINK 10
  • Case Study: San Francisco State University – Leonard Library Conceptual Organizational Model • Flexible, open layer • Transition layer • Directed activity layer Individual Study Gathering Book Browsing Book Storage Space Space proprietary and confidentialGolden Gate University SF Remodel Project - Phase 7: Master Planning & Programming MKTHINK 11
  • Case Study: San Francisco State University – Leonard Library Space Use by Floor Collab. Study • Vertical movement from flexible open space Space (studying) to directed activity space (book browsing) Library Staff • Study areas are easily accessible from central circulation space Book Storage Book Storage Individ. Study Individual Study Space Space • Staff offices are distributed throughout the library on periphery of floors Lower Level First Floor Individ. Study Space Library Library Gathering Staff Staff SpaceBook Storage Book Book Browsing Storage Library Individ. Study Staff Space Second Floor Third Floor Fourth Floor proprietary and confidentialGolden Gate University SF Remodel Project - Phase 7: Master Planning & Programming MKTHINK 12
  • Case Study: San Francisco State University – Leonard Library Facilities, Services, & Collection Fact Sheet • Enrollment (2011-2012): 29,514 Collection (2009/2010) • Physical Collections • Volumes: 1,108,880 Facilities • A/V materials: 153,568 • 378,000 SF • Current print periodical subscriptions: • 4 above-ground levels, 1 basement level 2,275 • Seating for 1,896 (1:16) [GGU - 1:15] • Archives: 7,817 linear feet • High density shelving stores approximately • Electronic Resources 3/4 of print collection • E-books: 68,851 • E-periodical subscriptions: 36,407 Services Staff • Check-outs & in-library use: 463,628 • 27.4 librarians • Reference questions: 1,579 • 62 other staff • Gate count/week: 8,995 • 100 student employees • Students receiving library instruction: 10,564 • Instructional sessions: 354 proprietary and confidentialGolden Gate University SF Remodel Project - Phase 7: Master Planning & Programming MKTHINK 13
  • Organizing Space: Organize by Functional Requirements
  • Case Study: Santa Clara University – Main Library Conceptual Organizational Model • Spaces with similar attributes and requirements are grouped together Library Staff Collaborative Study Rooms Individual Book Browsing Study Space Book Storage proprietary and confidentialGolden Gate University SF Remodel Project - Phase 7: Master Planning & Programming MKTHINK 15
  • Case Study: Santa Clara University – Main Library Space Use by Floor Library Staff Book Browsing Elev Elev Collaborative Collaborative Individ Study Individ Study Rooms Study Space Rooms • Book stacks and individual study spaces are co-located Study Automated near natural light; easily accessible from central Book Storage Book Storage Space Retrieval Book Automated System Retrieval Browsing circulation space (ARS) System (ARS) Lower Level Second Floor • Collaborative study rooms are located further away from grand stairway (main circulation) (A) • Staff offices are co-located at the back of the library in a Library Staff Individ Library Staff Study Space more private area (B) (C) Elev Elev • High-density shelving makes room for more study spaces Individ Study Space and decreases book browsing opportunities Book Browsing Book Storage Book Storage Book Automated Automated Browsing Retrieval Retrieval System System (ARS) (ARS) Collaborative Collaborative Study Study First Floor Rooms Third Floor Rooms proprietary and confidentialGolden Gate University SF Remodel Project - Phase 7: Master Planning & Programming MKTHINK 16
  • Case Study: Santa Clara University – Main Library Study Spaces Collaborative study roomsIndividual study spaces: lounge seatingIndividual study spaces: formal seating proprietary and confidential Golden Gate University SF Remodel Project - Phase 7: Master Planning & Programming MKTHINK 17
  • Case Study: Santa Clara University – Main Library Facilities, Services, & Collection Fact Sheet • Enrollment (2011-2012): 7,788 Collection (2002/2003) • Physical Collections Facilities • Volumes: 755,745 • Combination Learning Commons, • Microform units: 780,895 Technology Center, and Library • Gov’t documents: 607,860 • 194,000 SF • Current print periodical subscriptions: • 3 above-ground levels, 1 basement level 4,323 • Seating for 1,050 (1:7) [GGU - 1:15] • Archives: more than 2,200 cu. ft. • 28 collaborative study rooms • Electronic Resources • High density shelving with Automated • E-books: 3,000 Retrieval System • E-periodical subscriptions: 500 Services* Staff • Check-outs & in-library use: 187,338 • 13 librarians • Reference questions: 30,452 • 23.5 other staff • Gate count/week: 15,000 • 12.74 student employees • Students receiving library instruction: 4,600 *statistics per semester unless otherwise noted proprietary and confidentialGolden Gate University SF Remodel Project - Phase 7: Master Planning & Programming MKTHINK 18
  • Case Study: Cal State San Luis Obispo – Robert E. Kennedy Library Conceptual Organizational Model • Spaces with similar attributes and requirements are grouped together Silence Collaborative Book Individual Study Space Study Rooms Browsing Individ. Study Collaborative Gathering Library Staff Space Study Rooms Space Gathering Service Library Staff Tutoring Space Point Noisy proprietary and confidentialGolden Gate University SF Remodel Project - Phase 7: Master Planning & Programming MKTHINK
  • Case Study: Cal State San Luis Obispo – Robert E. Kennedy Library Space Use by Floor QUI ET S T U D Y Z ON E collab. individ. study space study book browsing • Library services, 24-hour study spaces, staff offices, QUI ET S T U D Y Z ON E individ. study collab. library and meeting rooms located on lower levels near main space study staff book browsing entryway • Top two floors dedicated to quiet study – individual collab. and collaborative study spaces interspersed with individ. study space study book browsing book stacks collaborative gather individ. study space study rooms library staff books space 24-hr collab. gathering 24-hr quiet service books space point study study library staff tutoring proprietary and confidentialGolden Gate University SF Remodel Project - Phase 7: Master Planning & Programming MKTHINK 20
  • Case Study: Cal State San Luis Obispo – Robert E. Kennedy Library Facilities, Services, & Collection Fact Sheet • Enrollment (2009-2010): 19,325 Collection (2009/2010) • Physical Collections • Volumes: 828,619 Facilities • A/V materials: 4,141 • 203,605 SF • Current print periodical subscriptions: 813 • 5 above-ground levels • Electronic Resources • Seating for 2,000 (1:10) [GGU - 1:15] • E-books: 8,556 • 19 collaborative study rooms • E-periodical subscriptions: 32,219 • 6 computer labs Services* Staff • 24-hour study space • 45 librarians and other staff • Check-outs & in-library use: 168,767 • 100 student employees • Reference questions/week: 524 • Gate count/week: 42,136 • Students receiving library instruction: 11,627 • Instructional sessions: 321 *statistics per semester unless otherwise noted proprietary and confidentialGolden Gate University SF Remodel Project - Phase 7: Master Planning & Programming MKTHINK 21
  • Examples of Collaborative Study Rooms Audial Privacy, Visual ConnectionUniversity of Arizona – Main LibraryMcGill University – Cybertheque proprietary and confidentialGolden Gate University SF Remodel Project - Phase 7: Master Planning & Programming MKTHINK 22
  • Objective 4: University Library Conceptual Programming Scenarios Library Space Concepts Library as Study Space • Provide individual and collaborative study spaces within the University Library that are shared with Learning Support Services Collab. Individual Learning Book Gathering Library Service Study Study Support Browsing/ Space Staff Point Space Space Services Storage U NIV ERSITY LIBRARY • Provide individual and collaborative study spaces within the University Library that are shared with Learning Support Services, and are accessible during library off-hours Collab. Individual Learning Book Gathering Library Service Study Study Support Browsing/ Space Staff Point Space Space Services Storage E XTEN DED AC C ES S U NIV ERSITY LIBRARY UN IVERSITY L IB RARY proprietary and confidentialGolden Gate University SF Remodel Project - Phase 7: Master Planning & Programming MKTHINK 23
  • Objective 4: University Library Conceptual Programming Scenarios Library Space Concepts Library as Book Storage & Browsing Space • Distribute collection evenly throughout the University Library with study spaces interspersed Book Collab. Study Book Individual Book Individual Browsing Space Browsing Study Space Browsing Study Space • Use high-density/off-site shelving to consolidate the majority of the collection in one peripheral location, opening up a centralized area for study spaces; focus book browsing opportunities to a particular zone Book Collab. Study Individual Book Storage Space Study Space Browsing proprietary and confidentialGolden Gate University SF Remodel Project - Phase 7: Master Planning & Programming MKTHINK 24