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Someone’s knocking on our door


                                     Marian Morgan-Bindon
                               ...
The City

 • 510,671 residents

 • 70 km beaches

 • 260 km navigable waterways

 • 287 days sunshine

 • 2,245 parks
    ...
Our response
• Distributed network
              » 171 staff
              » 263,462 library members
              » 932,6...
Customer centric responses
Reading   Literacy   Technology
English Conversation Circles
The magic of reading aloud
Communities for Children
Special story time - 5 to17 year olds
Fuel: Youth
energising libraries




                       •   Visual art
                       •   Song writing
       ...
Face
to
face
VIP




      Audio book club
Technology
virtually
Googlebot
               another well-behaved spider, they
                  can do so with the appropriate
            di...
Virtually




Canterbury Christchurch University
Uploaded by Travelin’ Librarian
www.flickr.com
Who’s
                                            knocking on
                                            your door?


   ...
Gold Coast City Libraries




promoting learning, inspiring imaginations
Someone’s knocking on our door

Connected communities
Marian Morgan Bindon mmorganbindon@goldcoast.qld.gov.au
August 2010
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IFLAL2010 session 89 Thursday 12 Auguat 2010 at IFLA2010 in Gøteborg, Sweden

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  1. 1. Someone’s knocking on our door Marian Morgan-Bindon Aug 2010 Connected and involved communities
  2. 2. The City • 510,671 residents • 70 km beaches • 260 km navigable waterways • 287 days sunshine • 2,245 parks Image courtesy of Gold Coast info http://www.goldcoastinfo.net • Hinterland
  3. 3. Our response • Distributed network » 171 staff » 263,462 library members » 932,615 items » 7.2 million loans per annum (65% via self serve) » More than 8k visits per day – 12 branch libraries – 2 mobile libraries – Local Studies Library – Special Needs Library – Corporate Library – Collection Services Unit
  4. 4. Customer centric responses Reading Literacy Technology
  5. 5. English Conversation Circles
  6. 6. The magic of reading aloud
  7. 7. Communities for Children
  8. 8. Special story time - 5 to17 year olds
  9. 9. Fuel: Youth energising libraries • Visual art • Song writing • Hip hop • Cartooning • Animation
  10. 10. Face to face
  11. 11. VIP Audio book club
  12. 12. Technology
  13. 13. virtually
  14. 14. Googlebot another well-behaved spider, they can do so with the appropriate directives in a robots.txt file,[1] or by adding the meta tag <meta name="Googlebot" content="nofollow" /> to the webpage.[1] Googlebot requests to Web servers are identifiable by a user-agent string containing "Googlebot" and a host address containing "googlebot.com".[2] Wikipedia :http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ Googlebot
  15. 15. Virtually Canterbury Christchurch University Uploaded by Travelin’ Librarian www.flickr.com
  16. 16. Who’s knocking on your door? Thank you Email: mmorganbindon@goldcoast.qld.gov.au
  17. 17. Gold Coast City Libraries promoting learning, inspiring imaginations
  18. 18. Someone’s knocking on our door Connected communities Marian Morgan Bindon mmorganbindon@goldcoast.qld.gov.au August 2010
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