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Slides accompanying the T-L Cafe talk of October 4, 2010 on changes in facility design brought about by digital information formats.

Slides accompanying the T-L Cafe talk of October 4, 2010 on changes in facility design brought about by digital information formats.

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  • Changed but Still Critical: Brick and Mortar School Libraries in the Digital AgeToday’s reality is that readers and information seekers are having increasingly less need to visit a physical library to meet their basic information needs. Digital information sources, readily accessed from classroom, home or mobile computing devices, are the choice of many learners and teachers. The “Net Generation” student increasingly prefers the visual and the virtual rather than the printed text. Why, many educators are asking, does a school need a physical library when seemingly all resources can be obtained using an inexpensive netbook and a wireless network connection? How can these large physical spaces in our schools be re-purposed for greater educational impact? Resources:Changed but Still Critical Part OneChanged but Still Critical Part TwoList of links to my writings on school library design
  • 30 computers at $500 = $15,0008 computers @ $1000 = $8000 (cameras, scanners, printers, memory etc
  • Komaba Active Learning Studio, University of Tokyo
  • Changed but Still Critical: Brick and Mortar School Libraries in the Digital AgeToday’s reality is that readers and information seekers are having increasingly less need to visit a physical library to meet their basic information needs. Digital information sources, readily accessed from classroom, home or mobile computing devices, are the choice of many learners and teachers. The “Net Generation” student increasingly prefers the visual and the virtual rather than the printed text. Why, many educators are asking, does a school need a physical library when seemingly all resources can be obtained using an inexpensive netbook and a wireless network connection? How can these large physical spaces in our schools be re-purposed for greater educational impact? Resources:Changed but Still Critical Part OneChanged but Still Critical Part TwoList of links to my writings on school library design

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  • 1. Changed but Still CriticalBrick and Mortar School Libraries in the Digital Age
    Doug Johnson
    https://dougjohnson.wikispaces.com/bricks
    T-L Café – October 4, 2010
  • 2. Why I got interested in facility design...
  • 3. Why I got interested in facility design...
  • 4. Where are we going?
    The Challenge
    Four adaptations
    Social learning spaces
    Production and presentation
    Teaching spaces
    Wither books?
    Your ideas/discussion
  • 5. Where are we going?
    The Challenge
    Four adaptations
    Social learning spaces
    Production and presentation
    Teaching spaces
    Wither books?
    Your ideas/discussion
  • 6. The 3 Rs
    Refreshments
    Robe
    Recliner
  • 7. Why should I go to the library
    when the library will come to me?
  • 8. Where are we going?
    The Challenge
    Four adaptations
    Social learning spaces
    Production and presentation
    Teaching spaces
    Wither books?
    Your ideas/discussion
  • 9. Where are we going?
    The Challenge
    Four adaptations
    Social learning spaces
    Production and presentation
    Teaching spaces
    Wither books?
    Your ideas/discussion
  • 10.
  • 11. Welcome to the library
  • 12. Welcome to the library
  • 13. Social learning
    Learning commons
    Third-place libraries
  • 14. Where are we going?
    The Challenge
    Four adaptations
    Social learning spaces
    Production and presentation
    Teaching spaces
    Wither books?
    Your ideas/discussion
  • 15. Typical lab designs
  • 16. So what happens when every student has a computer all the time?
  • 17. A co-lab-orative design
  • 18. PresentationSpace
  • 19. Who’s presenting?
  • 20. Do you have a place in your library to:
    Create a podcast
    Write a blog
    Paint a picture
    Record a song
    Tell a story
    Hold a book club
    Edit a video
    Practice a speech / Give a speech
    Work with friends
    Give a puppet show
  • 21. Where are we going?
    The Challenge
    Four adaptations
    Social learning spaces
    Production and presentation
    Teaching spaces
    Wither books?
    Your ideas/discussion
  • 22. Interactive white boards
    Student response systems
    Voice amplification
    Document cameras
    Slates
    Library Model classroom
  • 23. Where are we going?
    The Challenge
    Four adaptations
    Social learning spaces
    Production and presentation
    Teaching spaces
    Wither books?
    Your ideas/discussion
  • 24. E-books – not if, but when
  • 25. Where are we going?
    The Challenge
    Four adaptations
    Social learning spaces
    Production and presentation
    Teaching spaces
    Wither books?
    Your ideas/discussion
  • 26. What will keep people coming to your physical library?
  • 27. Changed but Still CriticalBrick and Mortar School Libraries in the Digital Age
    Doug Johnson
    https://dougjohnson.wikispaces.com/bricks