Where the Library Lives:Questions of Space and Relevance for   Scholastics Corporate Library        SternPracticum.wordpre...
My Role at ScholasticCatalogingCorporate reference servicesShelving/paging/circulation & assisting witharchival maintenance
Project Identification  Where the Library Lives: Questions of Space and       Relevance for the Scholastic LibrarySpace is...
Project Identification Where the Library Lives: Questions of Space and      Relevance for the Scholastic LibraryI examine ...
Project Identification Where the Library Lives: Questions of Space and      Relevance for the Scholastic LibraryI look for...
Loss of SpacePrevious space was highly visible and acted as a        showpiece within the building
Loss of SpacePrevious space was highly visible and acted as a        showpiece within the building
Physical SpaceNeed better work space for library services and forinteracting with other Scholastic employees              ...
Digital Presence                  Company Intranet             CatalogOn Our Minds @Scholastic Blog
Digital Presence
Digital Presence
Digital PresenceBookPrint
Some StrategiesWeedingVisibility through space that you haveAlign goals of the library with those of thecompany
Thoughts for the FutureLibraries are losing space: libraries need toadapt in order to stay relevant.If collections are not...
ReferencesFletcher, A., Franklin, M., Garcyznksi, J., Gilbert, G., Mathis, S., & Wang, P. (2009). Saving speciallibraries ...
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  1. 1. Where the Library Lives:Questions of Space and Relevance for Scholastics Corporate Library SternPracticum.wordpress.com Amy Stern LIS 698 Seminar & Practicum May 1, 2012
  2. 2. My Role at ScholasticCatalogingCorporate reference servicesShelving/paging/circulation & assisting witharchival maintenance
  3. 3. Project Identification Where the Library Lives: Questions of Space and Relevance for the Scholastic LibrarySpace is a crucial issue for libraries and canreflect struggle to show value.The Scholastic Library has suffered a loss of veryvisible space within Scholastic’s corporateheadquarters.
  4. 4. Project Identification Where the Library Lives: Questions of Space and Relevance for the Scholastic LibraryI examine where their current physicalcollections are located within the Scholasticbuilding, as well as their own physical workspaces, and explore the extent of their presenceon digital mediums.
  5. 5. Project Identification Where the Library Lives: Questions of Space and Relevance for the Scholastic LibraryI look for examples of how they have adapted.I also examine how their situation relates to thatof other corporate libraries and what strategiesfor the future these libraries might employ.
  6. 6. Loss of SpacePrevious space was highly visible and acted as a showpiece within the building
  7. 7. Loss of SpacePrevious space was highly visible and acted as a showpiece within the building
  8. 8. Physical SpaceNeed better work space for library services and forinteracting with other Scholastic employees Second floor library office Second floor collections Sub-basement archives
  9. 9. Digital Presence Company Intranet CatalogOn Our Minds @Scholastic Blog
  10. 10. Digital Presence
  11. 11. Digital Presence
  12. 12. Digital PresenceBookPrint
  13. 13. Some StrategiesWeedingVisibility through space that you haveAlign goals of the library with those of thecompany
  14. 14. Thoughts for the FutureLibraries are losing space: libraries need toadapt in order to stay relevant.If collections are not visible, librarians and theirservices should be.
  15. 15. ReferencesFletcher, A., Franklin, M., Garcyznksi, J., Gilbert, G., Mathis, S., & Wang, P. (2009). Saving speciallibraries in a recession: Business strategies for survival and success. InformationOutlook, 13(5), 37-43. Retrieved from http://www.sla.org/pdfs/sla2009/SavingSL.pdfGuill, K.L. (2009). Arguing for space in an user-focused environment. Library & ArchivalSecurity, 22(2), 115-123. doi: 10.1080/01960070902869733Niegaard, H. (2011). Library space and digital challenges. Library Trends 60(1), 174-189. Retrievedfrom http://muse.jhu.edu/journals/library_trends/v060/60.1.niegaard.htmlSimon, C. (2011). An examination of best practices and benchmarking in corporate libraries.Journal of Management Development, 30(1), 134 – 141. doi: 10.1108/02621711111098433Zeeman, D.; Jones, R., & Dysart, J. (2011). Assessing innovation in corporate and governmentlibraries. Computers in Libraries, 31(5), 6-11, 13, 15. Retrievedfrom: http://www.infotoday.com/cilmag/jun11/Zeeman_Jones_Dysart.shtmlPictures from On My Mind @ Scholastic (oomscholasticblog.com)
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