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8-10-12 GGU Deans' Focus Group
8-10-12 GGU Deans' Focus Group
8-10-12 GGU Deans' Focus Group
8-10-12 GGU Deans' Focus Group
8-10-12 GGU Deans' Focus Group
8-10-12 GGU Deans' Focus Group
8-10-12 GGU Deans' Focus Group
8-10-12 GGU Deans' Focus Group
8-10-12 GGU Deans' Focus Group
8-10-12 GGU Deans' Focus Group
8-10-12 GGU Deans' Focus Group
8-10-12 GGU Deans' Focus Group
8-10-12 GGU Deans' Focus Group
8-10-12 GGU Deans' Focus Group
8-10-12 GGU Deans' Focus Group
8-10-12 GGU Deans' Focus Group
8-10-12 GGU Deans' Focus Group
8-10-12 GGU Deans' Focus Group
8-10-12 GGU Deans' Focus Group
8-10-12 GGU Deans' Focus Group
8-10-12 GGU Deans' Focus Group
8-10-12 GGU Deans' Focus Group
8-10-12 GGU Deans' Focus Group
8-10-12 GGU Deans' Focus Group
8-10-12 GGU Deans' Focus Group
8-10-12 GGU Deans' Focus Group
8-10-12 GGU Deans' Focus Group
8-10-12 GGU Deans' Focus Group
8-10-12 GGU Deans' Focus Group
8-10-12 GGU Deans' Focus Group
8-10-12 GGU Deans' Focus Group
8-10-12 GGU Deans' Focus Group
8-10-12 GGU Deans' Focus Group
8-10-12 GGU Deans' Focus Group
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  • what did you take away from the ORG model discussion last week? What guidance do you have for us as we develop the ideal?\nThis is important to establish because it could result in a different way to allocate SF in the future\n
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  • many challenges\n- fundamentally different organizations, schools\n- from student experience, could be some advantages\n
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  • primary staff affiliation is with school not with serving students or with GGU\n\nany thoughts or comments?\n
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    • 1. Golden Gate University SF Remodel Project, Phase 7: Master Planning & Programming - Deans’ Focus Group 08.09.12
    • 2. Deans’ Focus Group Gaining clarity on the future Conceptual Organization of GGU Agenda • Remembering why we are here • Project Scope • Overall Project Objectives • Strategic Guidance: Guiding Principles & Boundaries • Where we left off last time: Conceptual Organization Models • High impact areas • University Library • One-Stop-Shop • Where this leads us: Updated Conceptual Organization Model • Introduction to the model • Discussion of key components • Next Steps proprietary and confidentialGolden Gate University SF Remodel Project - Phase 7: Master Planning & Programming MKTHINK 2
    • 3. Remembering why we are here • Project Scope • Overall Project Objectives • Strategic Guidance: Guiding Principles & Boundaries
    • 4. SF Remodel Project - Phase 7: Master Planning & Programming Project Scope Scope• Assess the current and future program and facility needs of Golden Gate University • Advise on the state of existing infrastructure • Provide direction for the conceptual programming and design development for the upcoming phases of construction• Assist in the school’s efforts to foster a superior environment for its students, faculty, and staff proprietary and confidentialGolden Gate University SF Remodel Project - Phase 7: Master Planning & Programming MKTHINK 4
    • 5. SF Remodel Project - Phase 7: Master Planning & Programming Overall Project Objectives proprietary and confidentialGolden Gate University SF Remodel Project - Phase 7: Master Planning & Programming MKTHINK 5
    • 6. Strategic Guidance Guiding Principles and Boundaries Brand and Identity • Design for the future faculty, staff, and students of GGU • Enhance and celebrate the unique specialization of GGU on Law, Taxation, Accounting, and Business education • Acknowledge and provide for the distinct needs of each and every student group/program cluster: Technology and Relationships • Maintain technology as an integral element of the learning environment • Engage in an inquiry about the relevancy of the “work anywhere” concept for GGU faculty, staff, and administration and the “learn anywhere” concept for GGU students Physical Space • Leverage the excellent physical location of GGU to maximize student attraction and retention • Understand and define pedagogical and operational goals and priorities; then use them to answer questions about physical space Above all else, focus on the needs of the students. proprietary and confidentialGolden Gate University SF Remodel Project - Phase 7: Master Planning & Programming MKTHINK 6
    • 7. Where we left off last time: Conceptual Organization Models
    • 8. Conceptual Organizational Model: Option 1 Layers of Activity 07.09.12 Instruction Instruction Instruction Wellness Administration Law Quiet/ Relaxatio Scheduled SBA / LAW Law Casual Study LIBRARY Law Book SGA Lounge Lounge Study Storage Learning Learning (loud, informal) Support Interaction Library Support Law Book Services Dining (Café) Front- Staff Staff Browsing facing Books Student UNIVERSITY Casual tore Services Law LIBRARY Book Study U.G. Browsing Library LAW Informal Zone (loud, informal) Back-of- “Drop-In” House Staff SCHOOL Meeting Student Quiet/ Services Law Faculty Scheduled Lounge Law Book Storage Study Formal Staff Faculty “Scheduled” AGENO Activitie Braden Meetings School of School Business s of School of Faculty Taxation U.G. Accounting PLUS Activitie Faculty s Faculty Activitie Faculty Activitie Faculty Activitie Activities Faculty s SCHOOLS Lounge proprietary and confidential Golden Gate University SF Remodel Project - Phase 7: Master Planning & Programming MKTHINK 3
    • 9. Conceptual Organizational Model: Option 2 Law School School Focus 06.25.12 Book Storage Staff AGENO Activitie School of Business Faculty Activities Quiet/ Scheduled Gathering Study Meeting Gathering Staff (includes SBA) Meeting Activitie Academic Quarter Social & Service Hub Quiet/ Student Book Scheduled Casual Storage Services Study Study (loud, informal) SGA Lounge Faculty Library & Learning Activities Learning Gathering Book Support Support Staff Services Interaction Store Student Relaxation Undergraduate Programs Services Instruction Gathering Staff School of Meeting Activities Tax and Accounting Faculty Gathering Activities Meeting PLUS Faculty Gathering Staff University Activities Meeting Activities Administratio Staff Activitie Faculty Activities proprietary and confidential Golden Gate University SF Remodel Project - Phase 7: Master Planning & Programming MKTHINK 4
    • 10. High Impact Areas • University Library
    • 11. University Library draft GUIDING PRINCIPLES - Objective 4• Provide convenient access to University Library resources for GGU faculty, staff, students, and alumni • Physical resources (e.g. books, journals, current publications) • Electronic resources (e.g. databases, e-books) • University Library workshops • Personal assistance from University Library staff • Extended hours of access to study spaces• Create a space that supports the academic life of the GGU community in a collaborative environment • Address environmental concerns (e.g. noise, lighting, ventilation, restrooms) • Establish I.T. and electrical infrastructure (e.g. outlets, data ports) necessary for technology access throughout the library • Expand study areas and prioritize the needs of current and future students • Group study: create flexible spaces for both small and large teams with I.T. and electrical support for multi- media equipment (e.g. projector, whiteboards, computer/audio input) • Individual study: create spaces with I.T. and electrical support with minimal audial and visual disruptions• Reduce the amount of square footage allocated to book storage and expand spaces for study, tutoring, and staff proprietary and confidential Golden Gate University SF Remodel Project - Phase 7: Master Planning & Programming MKTHINK 11
    • 12. University Library draft GUIDING PRINCIPLES - Objective 4• Integrate with Learning Support Services to become a one-stop destination for students • Create a highly visible and centralized space that accommodates both Learning Support Services and University Library programming • Collaborate with Learning Support Services to maximize use of University Library resources• Provide adequate, functional workspaces for all University Library and Learning Support Services staff • Create co-located offices within easy access to the rest of the University Library and areas for private meetings and staff support• Optimize space for student/faculty interactionsPlanning for the Future• Ongoing digitization of archives means that areas reserved for physical University Library resources will continue to diminish• Stay cognizant of the need for disaster security proprietary and confidential Golden Gate University SF Remodel Project - Phase 7: Master Planning & Programming MKTHINK 12
    • 13. University Library Conceptual Programming Program Pieces Building Book Collaborati Individua Learning Support Library Service Gatherin Browsing ve Study l Study Support Staff Point g Space User /Storage Space Space Services Support proprietary and confidentialGolden Gate University SF Remodel Project - Phase 7: Master Planning & Programming MKTHINK 13
    • 14. University Library Conceptual Programming 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 14
    • 15. Organizing Space: Layers of Activity
    • 16. Case Study: Loyola Marymount University - William H. Hannon Library Conceptual Organizational Model • Interaction-intensive layer • Transition layer • Open, flexible layer Book Storage Gathering Space Librar Servic y Staff e Gatherin g Space Book Browsing Individual Study Space Collaborative Study Rooms proprietary and confidentialGolden Gate University SF Remodel Project - Phase 7: Master Planning & Programming MKTHINK 16
    • 17. 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 Service Rooms Service Point PointIndivid. Book Study Browsing Collaborati Space ve Study Space Book Browsing proprietary and confidential Golden Gate University SF Remodel Project - Phase 7: Master Planning & Programming MKTHINK 17
    • 18. 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 Collaborati Space ve Study Space proprietary and confidential Golden Gate University SF Remodel Project - Phase 7: Master Planning & Programming MKTHINK 18
    • 19. Case Study: Loyola Marymount University - William H. Hannon Library Study Spaces Student day-use lockers with Fletcher Jones Foundation Media Lounge & Cafe proprietary and confidential electrical outletsGolden Gate University SF Remodel Project - Phase 7: Master Planning & Programming MKTHINK 19
    • 20. Organizing Space: Organize by Functional Requirements
    • 21. 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 Study Browsing Space Book Storage proprietary and confidentialGolden Gate University SF Remodel Project - Phase 7: Master Planning & Programming MKTHINK 21
    • 22. Case Study: Santa Clara University – Main Library Space Use by Floor Library Book Browsin Elev Elev Collaborative Collaborativ Indivi Study Indivi e Study d Study Rooms • Book stacks and individual study spaces are co-located d Automated near natural light; easily accessible from central Book Storage Book Storage Study Retrieval Book Automated System Retrieval Browsin circulation space (ARS) System (ARS) Lower Level Second Floor • Collaborative study rooms are located further away from grand stairway (main circulation) (A) Indivi • Staff offices are co-located at the back of the library in a Library Library d Study more private area (B) (C) Elev Elev • High-density shelving makes room for more study spaces Indivi d and decreases book browsing opportunities Study Book Browsin Book Storage Book Storage Book Automated Automated Browsin Retrieval Retrieval System System Collaborative (ARS) Collaborative (ARS) Study Study First Floor Rooms Third Floor Rooms proprietary and confidentialGolden Gate University SF Remodel Project - Phase 7: Master Planning & Programming MKTHINK 22
    • 23. Case Study: Santa Clara University – Main Library Book Storage proprietary and confidentialGolden Gate University SF Remodel Project - Phase 7: Master Planning & Programming MKTHINK 23
    • 24. 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 24
    • 25. University Library Conceptual Programming Library Space Concepts Library as Study Space • Provide individual and collaborative study spaces within the University Library that are shared with Learning Support Services, and are accessible during library off-hours Meeting/ Collab. Individu Learning Book Gathering Library Service Study al Study Support Browsin / Staff Point Space Space Services g/ Instructio E XTEN DED AC C ES S U NIV ERSITY LIBRARY UN IVERSITY L IB RARY Library as Book Storage & Browsing 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 Collab. Individual Book Book Study Study Storage Browsing Space Space proprietary and confidentialGolden Gate University SF Remodel Project - Phase 7: Master Planning & Programming MKTHINK 25
    • 26. University Library Conceptual Programming Future Conceptual Organizational Model Book Silence Storage QUI E T ZON E Q UI ET ZO N E Individua Individua l Study l Study Space Space Book Browsing Reference/ Staff Lounge/ Library Workroom TO BE UPDATED BY TIFFANY Staff Circulation Desk Storage Rest Rest Storage Meeting/ Learning Gathering/ Support Services Instruction Collaborative Study Rooms Collaborative Study Rooms Lounge/ Individual & add divider slide Collaborativ e Study Noisy EX TEN DED AC C ESS proprietary and confidentialGolden Gate University SF Remodel Project - Phase 7: Master Planning & Programming MKTHINK 26
    • 27. High Impact Areas • One-Stop-Shop
    • 28. Student Services One-Stop Shop Opportunities How would an “integrated” GGU university-wide One-Stop Shop add value to the student experience? • What are the top CHALLENGES with this concept? • What are the requirements for SUCCESS? proprietary and confidentialGolden Gate University SF Remodel Project - Phase 7: Master Planning & Programming MKTHINK 28
    • 29. Student Services Typical Pin-Ball Experience proprietary and confidentialGolden Gate University SF Remodel Project - Phase 7: Master Planning & Programming MKTHINK 29
    • 30. Student Services Consolidated One-Stop-Shop proprietary and confidentialGolden Gate University SF Remodel Project - Phase 7: Master Planning & Programming MKTHINK 30
    • 31. Student Services Preliminary Staff Feedback Opportunities • Simplify student experience and navigation • Promote GGU identity first and foremost • Consolidate back-of-house functions, improve efficiencies • Create a space with “wow” factors • Improve the communications between and among staff / departments Challenges • Staff is currently organized in functional silos • Academic advising is program specific • Staff feels strong affiliation with school proprietary and confidentialGolden Gate University SF Remodel Project - Phase 7: Master Planning & Programming MKTHINK 31
    • 32. Where this leads us: Updated Conceptual Organization Model
    • 33. Conceptual Organizational Model: Future Ideal Layers of Activity 08.09.12 Seminar /Study Instruction Seminar Instruction /Study Lawyerin Seminar Instruction g Skills /Study Law Book Wellness Program Storage Relaxatio Book U.G. store Zone Law Quiet/ Scheduled LAW Quiet/ Casual LIBRARY Scheduled Casual Study Study Interaction (loud, informal) Study Law Book (loud, informal) Dining (Café) SBA / Browsing Law Law Lounge Library Learning SGA Greeter Staff UNIVERSITY Book Support Lounge Law Browsing Services One- Formal LIBRARY Stop- Student “Scheduled” Learning Shop Meetings Law Support Informal LAW Faculty Staff “Drop-In” SCHOO Lounge Meeting Business Library L Student Law Book Storage Staff Services Faculty AGENO Formal SCHOOL PLUS OF “Scheduled” SCHOOL Meetings U.G. BUSINESS BRADEN OF PRGMS SCHOOL OF ACCOUN TAXATIO T-ING N Faculty Staff Lounge Faculty Lounge University Faculty Administrati proprietary and confidential Golden Gate University SF Remodel Project - Phase 7: Master Planning & Programming 2 MKTHINK
    • 34. Next Steps • Bring feedback from this meeting to the Steering Committee • Finalize the Conceptual Organization Model • Develop the Space Program for the entire university

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