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Presentation for class about the concept of learning commons and applications of the commons concepts in libraries.

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  • Yale University Medical Library,Melk Benedictine Abbey Library
  • Fanueil Library Reading Room
  • (clockwise) Sierra Library Commons, Canberra Library Learning Commons, Library Learning Commons (Dobbs Ferry, NY), York University Scott Library New Commons
  • Unknown on left, U of I Circle Campus Commons on the right
  • (clockwise)University of Cincinnati commons, university commons, Freed Hardman University commons, UMBC commons
  • http://www.educause.edu/EDUCAUSE+Quarterly/EDUCAUSEQuarterlyMagazineVolum/Commons20LibrarySpacesDesigned/162265
  • Links the Smithsonian Web & New Media Strategy
  • Linked to Prototype
  • Links to SC Project Charter
  • Links the Smithsonian Web & New Media Strategy
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    • 1. Library Learning Commons
      Kelly Knight
      Anna Ha
      Gail Graziani
      Cathy Gottlieb
      Cheri Gogo
    • 2. Library Commons History
      Older library concepts stressed dignified, quiet places
      Any discourse was relegated to far rooms or outside
    • 3. Reading Rooms/Commonsearly 20th Century
    • 4. More recent commons
    • 5. Outside Commons of the 1960’s – 1970’s
    • 6. Contemporary outside commons
    • 7. Architecture of Commons
      Commons have now moved beyond architecture and into virtual architecture
      Brick and mortar architecture is now designed to facilitate virtual commons
    • 8. Guiding Principles of Commons (Brick and Mortar)
      Open
      Free
      Comfortable
      Inspiring
      Practical
    • 9. Guiding Principles of Virtual Commons
      Open
      Free
      Ease of Use/Practical
      Inspiring
    • 10. Virtual Commons Trailblazers
      Center for History and New Media, George Mason University. Creators of Anthologize
      Flickr
    • 11. The Smithsonian Commons
    • 12. Smithsonian Web & New Media Strategy
    • 13. Themes
      Update the Digital Experience
      Update the Smithsonian Learning Model
      Balance Autonomy & Control within the Smithsonian
    • 14. Goals
      Mission
      Brand
      Learning
      Audience
      Interpretation
      Technology
      Business Model
      Governance
    • 15. Smithsonian Commons
    • 16. FINDABLE
      VAST
      Search & Navigation
      Everyone can have access to everything
      FREE
      SHAREABLE
      High Quality & Free Resources
      Collaboration & Learning
    • 17. The prototype
      Museum Visitor
    • 18. The prototype
      Museum Visitor
    • 19. The prototype
      Teacher
    • 20. The prototype
      Teacher
    • 21. The prototype
      Millenial
    • 22. The prototype
      Millenial
    • 23. The prototype
      Enthusiast/Citizen Scientist
    • 24. The prototype
      Enthusiast/Citizen Scientist
    • 25. Project Flow
    • 26. Academic Libraries as Information Commons
      Common Resources & Information
      Common Ground for students and faculty
    • 27. Information Commons
      What does it offer?
      One Convenient Location for varied needs
      Expert Help
      Access to Technology
      Collaborative Learning
      Information Literacy
      Knowledge Management
    • 28. Traits
      Compatibility between all hardware and software
      Meeting the needs of all users
      Convenient central hub for all information needs
      Access to newest technologies
      Evolving and changing to meet needs
      Community space for collaboration
      Information literacy expertise
    • 29. “Academic libraries are a refuge for those who live in noisy dorms or need a place conducive to study... libraries are natural gathering places for groups to study and provide social space for students to meet between classes. These features will be more important in the future as remote access to information isolates users and students seek learning and social spaces where they can interact with others.”
      MacWhinnie, L. (2003). The Information Commons: the academic library of the future. Portal 3, 241-257.
    • 30. Layout
      Quiet computing space
      Quiet “clickless” areas possibly in stacks
      Loud group computing space with multiple chairs and ample work space for small groups
      Flexible groupings of furnishings
      Loud group space without computing
    • 31. Information Commons Images
      Physical Space
    • 32. Collaboration between departments
      Information Technology
      Media production
      Writing or tutoring help
      Faculty development
      Librarian services
      nvudev.com
    • 33. Resources
      Databases
      E-journals & books
      Presentation tools
      Workstations & printers
      Multimedia equipment
      http://www.google.com/imgres?imgurl=http://cit.georgiasouthern.edu/images/studyroom
    • 34. Services
      New service model
      Integration of technological and research assistance
      Student assistants
      Integrated assistance for all needs available at one “desk”
      http://www.allthingscrm.com
    • 35. Bonus
      24/7 hours possible
      Coffee bar and/or snacks welcome and available
      Cell phone use in “loud” areas
      Showers
      Information screens
      White boards for groups
      cooplamaisonverte.com
    • 36. Sources
      Loyola University Chicago. (n.d.) The Information Commons at Loyola University Chicago. Retrieved from http://libraries.luc.edu/about/ic
      The University of Sheffield. (2010). Information Commons. Retrieved from http://www.shef.ac.uk/infocommons/visitors/history.ht ml
      Seal, R. A. (2005). The Information Commons: New Pathways to Digital Resources and Knowledge Management. The Third China/U.S. Library Conference, (pp. 67-76). Shanghai.
       
    • 37. School and Public Library Commons
    • 38. Online Databases
    • 39. Interactive Card Catalog
      http://www.barrington220.org/2116201021111955200/site/default.asp
    • 40. Social media
    • 41. Blogs
      http://mohighlibrary.wordpress.com/
    • 42. http://library.guhsd.net/
    • 43. http://nnhs.newton.k12.ma.us/library/
    • 44. Sharing
      http://theunquietlibrary.wordpress.com/
    • 45. http://youmediachicago.org/featured_contents
    • 46. http://nypl.voicethread.com/?#q.b577940.i3085807
    • 47. Possibilities for You
    • 48. Job Description
    • 49. San Jose State ~ Bepress
      http://scholarworks.sjsu.edu/
    • 50. University of California ~ BePress
      http://www.escholarship.org/
    • 51. Afghanistan Digital Library ~ dSpace
      http://afghanistandl.nyu.edu/
    • 52. Detroit Public Library E. Azalia Hackley Collection ~ Greenstone
      http://www.thehackley.org/about.html
    • 53. Jewish Women’s Archive ~ Fedora
      http://jwa.org/
    • 54. Encyclopedia of Chicago ~ Fedora
      encyclopedia.chicagohistory.org/

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