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Creating a 21st Century
Learning Environment
University of Tennessee at Chattanooga
ACRL Preconference - ALA Annual 2010
INTRODUCTIONS & GOALS
Theresa
Liedtka
Dean of the Library
Mike
Bell
Assistant Dean
&
Head of Materials
Processing
Virginia
Cairns
Head of Reference &
Instruction
Jason
Griffey	
Head of Library
Information Technology
Andrea
Schurr
Web Technologies Librarian
& ILS Manager
(former Head of Access
Services)
part one
change the way
you do business
know your patrons
KNOW YOUR USERS
CHANGE YOUR PERSPECTIVE
PEOPLE AT THE CENTER
MILLENIALS
THEIR WORK HABITS ARE DIFFERENT
KNOW YOUR OWN USERS
WHAT CHARACTERISTICS MAKE THEM UNIQUE?
adopt transparency
INFORM
EVERYONE IS A STAKEHOLDER IN SUCCESS
WIKI
DOCUMENTATION MACHINE
BUILDING WIKI
ONE STOP SHOP
BLOG
VOICES IN THE WILDERNESS
FLICKR
PHOTOS FOR EVERYONE
PARTNERSHIPS
SOMETIMES THEY WORK
collect the right data
DATA, DATA EVERYWHERE
The Tools
library catalog


physical collection

collection usage

patrons
ILL SYSTEM
USAGE DATA FOR ITEMS YOU DO NOT OWN
DATABASES
USAGE DATA FOR ELECTRONIC COLLECTIONS
LIBRARY WEBSITE
USAGE DATA FOR YOUR ELECTRONIC CONNECTION TO YOUR PATRONS
SECURITY GATES
PATRONS IN AND OUT OF DOORS OVER TIME
feedback


paper & electronic

immediate response
from your patrons
LIBRARY SURVEY
STRUCTURED DATA COLLECTED OVER TIME
manual counts

last resort

collection usage for
non-barcoded items

feedback from
instructional sessions
FOCUS GROUPS
FORMALIZED QUALITATIVE DATA REGARDING YOUR SPACE AND SERVICES
combining your data

increase the power of
your data

find points of
intersection across
data sources
MAJORITY VS MINORITY INPUT
THE SQUEAKY WHEEL
library culture
CULTURE IS ATTITUDE
NEW LOOK
COMFY CHAIRS, MUCH MORE SEATING
culture is...

       people

       money

       services

       collections



PHOTO BY DAWN ENDICO - HTTP://FLIC.KR/P...
CHANGING PEOPLE CULTURE
PHOTO BY LAUGHING SQUID - HTTP://FLIC.KR/P/5XJ7RN
SMART
SMART goals

        Specific

        Measurable

        Agreed upon

        Realistic

        Timely


PHOTO BY TFDUES...
CRAFT
CRAFT policies

        Collaborative

        Responsive

        Accountable

        Friendly

        Transparent


PH...
SCOPE
SCOPE of mission

       Serve Others

       Consistent

       Outward

       Progressive

       Extra Mile


PHOTO BY...
FOLLOW THE MONEY
PHOTO BY TRACY O - HTTP://FLIC.KR/P/6OVWP
SPREAD
SPREAD the budget
       Stewardship

       Priorities

       Resourceful

       Expose It

       Ask the Question

  ...
library culture: services

        existing services &
        expectations

        new services

        staff spaces

 ...
library culture:
       collections

        users’ expectations

        delusions

        today’s reality

        acce...
BREAK!
PHOTO BY JON.B. - HTTP://FLIC.KR/P/5BDSF8
part two
thinking about space
project parameters
ONCE UPON A TIME
PHOTO BY ANDY CASTRO - HTTP://FLIC.KR/P/6UBZCC
iron triangle


       scope

       time

       budget




PHOTO BY ROMANA KLEE - HTTP://FLIC.KR/P/6VF3ZW
scope
authority & control

clarify & define project
expectations

be an informed
champion

write it down
time
develop timelines

  start dates

  benchmarks

  end dates

note interdependent
tasks

write it down
budget

financial parameter

common components

develop estimates

write it down
people

consider all
stakeholders

form a team or teams

communicate
project purpose
you have space &
money...
...now what?
WHAT ARE YOUR PRIORITY NEEDS?
PHOTO BY ➨ REDVERS - HTTP://FLIC.KR/P/P22RY
WHAT DOES IT TELL YOU?
PHOTO BY BIONICTEACHING - HTTP://FLIC.KR/P/5S5DKA
WHAT ARE YOU TRYING TO ACCOMPLISH?
PHOTO BY HOCKADILLY - HTTP://FLIC.KR/P/FSCQE
match funds & space to
your priorities
or
REVERSE THIS PROCESS
PHOTO BY WALLYG - HTTP://FLIC.KR/P/EKOVU
environmental parameters
will everything fit?
square footage?
purpose?
service points?
personnel?
patron seats?
collections?
furnishings?
technology...
FURNISHINGS
MORE FURNISHINGS
TECHNOLOGY
the environment
 walls
 floors
 ceilings
 doors & locks
 windows & coverings
 acoustics & noise
levels
 electrical
 voice &...
WALLS
FLOORS
CEILINGS
DOORS & LOCKS
WINDOWS & COVERINGS
ACOUSTICS & NOISE LEVELS
ELECTRICAL
VOICE & DATA
PLUMBING
LIGHTING
TEMPERATURE & HUMIDITY
operational parameters
STAFF
PHOTO BY SHAUSER - HTTP://FLIC.KR/P/718ARF
HOURS
PHOTO BY ZAPPOWBANG - HTTP://FLIC.KR/P/5NYCA4
TECHNOLOGY
PHOTO BY ANDREA IN AMSTERDAM - HTTP://FLIC.KR/P/2ZDABF
COLLECTIONS
PHOTO BY KAREN.TKR - HTTP://FLIC.KR/P/3GERX
TRAFFIC
PHOTO BY SQUIRMELIA - HTTP://FLIC.KR/P/4JBYJ2
SECURITY
PHOTO BY CARBONNYC - HTTP://FLIC.KR/P/4UJ6AT
OPENING/CLOSING
PHOTO BY BRIANARN - HTTP://FLIC.KR/P/PQYJK
ACTIVITY ONE: DESIGN A SPACE
PHOTO BY RIACALE - HTTP://FLIC.KR/P/4D4FRG
morning summary
LUNCH!
PHOTO BY SWAMIBU - HTTP://FLIC.KR/P/3MYUBP
part three
thinking about the
building
patron space
GATHERING & SOLO SPACES
GRAND CENTRAL STATION
CAFE
24 HOURS
OPEN SEATING
LAPTOP LOUNGERS
LIBRARY TABLES
INDIVIDUAL CARRELS
CLASSROOMS
NONTRADITIONAL
MEETING ROOMS
STUDY ROOMS
OTHER KINDS
QUIET LOUNGES? MOBILE LOUNGES?
AUDITORIUM
WRITING CENTER
TUTORING CENTER
FOOTPRINT
PARTNERS
RADIO STATION?
ART STORAGE?
patron services
service desk models
ONE DESK, OR TWO?
PHOTO BY ELLEN FORSYTH - HTTP://FLIC.KR/P/7DZ3ZZ
MANAGING TRAFFIC
PHOTO BY ADAPTORPLUG - HTTP://FLIC.KR/P/7F9UHW
technology
HOW MUCH DO YOU NEED?
PHOTO BY HONDA NEWS - HTTP://FLIC.KR/P/71ZJUE
WHERE DO YOU NEED IT?
PHOTO BY ARS ELECTRONICA - HTTP://FLIC.KR/P/7DR9Y2
HOW DO YOU MANAGE IT?
PHOTO BY DEANJ - HTTP://FLIC.KR/P/4DWXXR
collection space
MEASURE. CAREFULLY.
WEED BEFORE YOU MOVE
COMPACT OR OPEN?
LOW SHELVES
DO YOU INTERFILE?
HOW MANY DISCREET COLLECTIONS?
WHAT GOES NEARBY?
WHAT ABOUT THESE?
PRIME REAL ESTATE
BARNES AND NOBLE CONCEPT
staff space
FINDING A BALANCE
PHOTO BY PLUS45 - HTTP://FLIC.KR/P/2U6SR4
Anticipating
the Future
GROWTH (AND THE OPPOSITE)
                  GROWTH
AND THE OPPOSITE
REVISIONING YOUR ORGANIZATION CHART
LUPTON LIBRARY STAFF SPACES ON 1974 FLOOR PLANS
REVISIONING YOUR ORGANIZATION CHART
LUPTON LIBRARY STAFF IN 2002
REVISIONING YOUR ORGANIZATION CHART
LUPTON LIBRARY STAFF IN 2010
REVISIONING YOUR ORGANIZATION CHART
LUPTON LIBRARY STAFF SPACES ON NEW BUILDING PLANS (2012)
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
CENTRALIZED OR DISTRIBUTED?
CATALOGING & ACCESS SERVICES
WHAT IS THE FUTURE?
INTERLIBRARY LOAN & STACKS MAINTENANCE
WHERE DO THEY LIVE?
COLLOCATION
IMPROVE COMMUNICATION?
SCATTERING OFFICES
IMPROVE SECURITY OR PATRON ACCESS?
DO YOU REALLY HAVE A CHOICE?
WHO NEEDS TO BE NEAR WHAT?
ACCESS & REFERENCE OFFICES
NEAR THE DESKS?
ACQUISITIONS, CATALOGING, STACKS, & ILL
...NEAR THE LOADING DOCK AND SERVICE ELEVATORS?
ADMINISTRATION, SPECIAL COLLECTIONS, ARCHIVES
FRONT & CENTER, OR HIDING IN THE BACKGROUND?
Information
Technology
Near anyone?
OFFICES VS CUBICLE FARMS
COMMON SPACES
WHAT ALL STAFF NEED WANT
putting it all together
THINKING ABOUT A BUILDING
importance
of architect
we <3 andy
NIRVANA
PHOTO BY PRAKOPE - HTTP://FLIC.KR/P/H5YVY
DO YOU LIKE TO DO PUZZLES?
PHOTO BY TCP909 - HTTP://FLIC.KR/P/CHWLP
ADJACENCIES
WHO LIVES NEAR WHAT? WHO LIVES NEAR WHOM?
CARD EXERCISE
SORTING YOUR NEW WORLD
BUILDING ESSENTIALS
CAN’T DO WITHOUT SOME BASICS
LEED
LEADERSHIP IN ENERGY & ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN
BLUEPRINT
PHOTO BY WOLFRAM BURNER - HTTP://FLIC.KR/P/6AWV3K
ENTRANCE, SECURITY, ACCCESS
PROGRAM STATEMENT
MASTER DOCUMENT
BREAK!
PHOTO BY NICKWHEELEROZ - HTTP://FLIC.KR/P/4LH5EO
ACTIVITY TWO: DESIGN A SMALL LIBRARY
PHOTO BY LITTLEMISSPIP - HTTP://FLIC.KR/P/7TTOXU
LEGO LIBRARY
OUR TAKE ON THE EXERCISE
session wrap
new building
GROUND FLOOR
COLLECTION
1ST FLOOR
CIRCULATION, MATERIALS PROCESSING, NEW BOOKS, A/V, GSA
2ND FLOOR
INFORMATION COMMONS, REFERENCE, CLASSROOMS
3RD FLOOR
MEDIA LAB, STUDY SPACE, PARTNER SPACES
4TH FLOOR
SPECIAL COLLECTIONS, FACULTY SPACES, SOUTHERN WRITERS ROOM
q&a
thank you
more info
www.lib.utc.edu/building
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  1. 1. Creating a 21st Century Learning Environment University of Tennessee at Chattanooga ACRL Preconference - ALA Annual 2010
  2. 2. INTRODUCTIONS & GOALS
  3. 3. Theresa Liedtka Dean of the Library
  4. 4. Mike Bell Assistant Dean & Head of Materials Processing
  5. 5. Virginia Cairns Head of Reference & Instruction
  6. 6. Jason Griffey Head of Library Information Technology
  7. 7. Andrea Schurr Web Technologies Librarian & ILS Manager (former Head of Access Services)
  8. 8. part one
  9. 9. change the way you do business
  10. 10. know your patrons
  11. 11. KNOW YOUR USERS
  12. 12. CHANGE YOUR PERSPECTIVE
  13. 13. PEOPLE AT THE CENTER
  14. 14. MILLENIALS
  15. 15. THEIR WORK HABITS ARE DIFFERENT
  16. 16. KNOW YOUR OWN USERS WHAT CHARACTERISTICS MAKE THEM UNIQUE?
  17. 17. adopt transparency
  18. 18. INFORM EVERYONE IS A STAKEHOLDER IN SUCCESS
  19. 19. WIKI DOCUMENTATION MACHINE
  20. 20. BUILDING WIKI ONE STOP SHOP
  21. 21. BLOG VOICES IN THE WILDERNESS
  22. 22. FLICKR PHOTOS FOR EVERYONE
  23. 23. PARTNERSHIPS SOMETIMES THEY WORK
  24. 24. collect the right data
  25. 25. DATA, DATA EVERYWHERE
  26. 26. The Tools
  27. 27. library catalog physical collection collection usage patrons
  28. 28. ILL SYSTEM USAGE DATA FOR ITEMS YOU DO NOT OWN
  29. 29. DATABASES USAGE DATA FOR ELECTRONIC COLLECTIONS
  30. 30. LIBRARY WEBSITE USAGE DATA FOR YOUR ELECTRONIC CONNECTION TO YOUR PATRONS
  31. 31. SECURITY GATES PATRONS IN AND OUT OF DOORS OVER TIME
  32. 32. feedback paper & electronic immediate response from your patrons
  33. 33. LIBRARY SURVEY STRUCTURED DATA COLLECTED OVER TIME
  34. 34. manual counts last resort collection usage for non-barcoded items feedback from instructional sessions
  35. 35. FOCUS GROUPS FORMALIZED QUALITATIVE DATA REGARDING YOUR SPACE AND SERVICES
  36. 36. combining your data increase the power of your data find points of intersection across data sources
  37. 37. MAJORITY VS MINORITY INPUT
  38. 38. THE SQUEAKY WHEEL
  39. 39. library culture
  40. 40. CULTURE IS ATTITUDE
  41. 41. NEW LOOK COMFY CHAIRS, MUCH MORE SEATING
  42. 42. culture is... people money services collections PHOTO BY DAWN ENDICO - HTTP://FLIC.KR/P/2PUTC
  43. 43. CHANGING PEOPLE CULTURE PHOTO BY LAUGHING SQUID - HTTP://FLIC.KR/P/5XJ7RN
  44. 44. SMART
  45. 45. SMART goals Specific Measurable Agreed upon Realistic Timely PHOTO BY TFDUESING - HTTP://FLIC.KR/P/2FERDC
  46. 46. CRAFT
  47. 47. CRAFT policies Collaborative Responsive Accountable Friendly Transparent PHOTO BY DRP - HTTP://FLIC.KR/P/PFN7
  48. 48. SCOPE
  49. 49. SCOPE of mission Serve Others Consistent Outward Progressive Extra Mile PHOTO BY AME OTOKO - HTTP://FLIC.KR/P/6GHVMJ
  50. 50. FOLLOW THE MONEY PHOTO BY TRACY O - HTTP://FLIC.KR/P/6OVWP
  51. 51. SPREAD
  52. 52. SPREAD the budget Stewardship Priorities Resourceful Expose It Ask the Question Data-driven PHOTO BY DUNCAN - HTTP://FLIC.KR/P/KS6AR
  53. 53. library culture: services existing services & expectations new services staff spaces partnerships PHOTO BY ...-WINK-... - HTTP://FLIC.KR/P/6AQ5IX
  54. 54. library culture: collections users’ expectations delusions today’s reality access is king PHOTO BY UBC LIBRARY GRAPHICS - HTTP://FLIC.KR/P/FQXZY
  55. 55. BREAK! PHOTO BY JON.B. - HTTP://FLIC.KR/P/5BDSF8
  56. 56. part two
  57. 57. thinking about space
  58. 58. project parameters
  59. 59. ONCE UPON A TIME PHOTO BY ANDY CASTRO - HTTP://FLIC.KR/P/6UBZCC
  60. 60. iron triangle scope time budget PHOTO BY ROMANA KLEE - HTTP://FLIC.KR/P/6VF3ZW
  61. 61. scope authority & control clarify & define project expectations be an informed champion write it down
  62. 62. time develop timelines start dates benchmarks end dates note interdependent tasks write it down
  63. 63. budget financial parameter common components develop estimates write it down
  64. 64. people consider all stakeholders form a team or teams communicate
  65. 65. project purpose
  66. 66. you have space & money...
  67. 67. ...now what?
  68. 68. WHAT ARE YOUR PRIORITY NEEDS? PHOTO BY ➨ REDVERS - HTTP://FLIC.KR/P/P22RY
  69. 69. WHAT DOES IT TELL YOU? PHOTO BY BIONICTEACHING - HTTP://FLIC.KR/P/5S5DKA
  70. 70. WHAT ARE YOU TRYING TO ACCOMPLISH? PHOTO BY HOCKADILLY - HTTP://FLIC.KR/P/FSCQE
  71. 71. match funds & space to your priorities
  72. 72. or
  73. 73. REVERSE THIS PROCESS PHOTO BY WALLYG - HTTP://FLIC.KR/P/EKOVU
  74. 74. environmental parameters
  75. 75. will everything fit? square footage? purpose? service points? personnel? patron seats? collections? furnishings? technology? other equipment?
  76. 76. FURNISHINGS
  77. 77. MORE FURNISHINGS
  78. 78. TECHNOLOGY
  79. 79. the environment walls floors ceilings doors & locks windows & coverings acoustics & noise levels electrical voice & data plumbing lighting temperature & humidity
  80. 80. WALLS
  81. 81. FLOORS
  82. 82. CEILINGS
  83. 83. DOORS & LOCKS
  84. 84. WINDOWS & COVERINGS
  85. 85. ACOUSTICS & NOISE LEVELS
  86. 86. ELECTRICAL
  87. 87. VOICE & DATA
  88. 88. PLUMBING
  89. 89. LIGHTING
  90. 90. TEMPERATURE & HUMIDITY
  91. 91. operational parameters
  92. 92. STAFF PHOTO BY SHAUSER - HTTP://FLIC.KR/P/718ARF
  93. 93. HOURS PHOTO BY ZAPPOWBANG - HTTP://FLIC.KR/P/5NYCA4
  94. 94. TECHNOLOGY PHOTO BY ANDREA IN AMSTERDAM - HTTP://FLIC.KR/P/2ZDABF
  95. 95. COLLECTIONS PHOTO BY KAREN.TKR - HTTP://FLIC.KR/P/3GERX
  96. 96. TRAFFIC PHOTO BY SQUIRMELIA - HTTP://FLIC.KR/P/4JBYJ2
  97. 97. SECURITY PHOTO BY CARBONNYC - HTTP://FLIC.KR/P/4UJ6AT
  98. 98. OPENING/CLOSING PHOTO BY BRIANARN - HTTP://FLIC.KR/P/PQYJK
  99. 99. ACTIVITY ONE: DESIGN A SPACE PHOTO BY RIACALE - HTTP://FLIC.KR/P/4D4FRG
  100. 100. morning summary
  101. 101. LUNCH! PHOTO BY SWAMIBU - HTTP://FLIC.KR/P/3MYUBP
  102. 102. part three
  103. 103. thinking about the building
  104. 104. patron space
  105. 105. GATHERING & SOLO SPACES
  106. 106. GRAND CENTRAL STATION
  107. 107. CAFE
  108. 108. 24 HOURS
  109. 109. OPEN SEATING
  110. 110. LAPTOP LOUNGERS
  111. 111. LIBRARY TABLES
  112. 112. INDIVIDUAL CARRELS
  113. 113. CLASSROOMS
  114. 114. NONTRADITIONAL
  115. 115. MEETING ROOMS
  116. 116. STUDY ROOMS
  117. 117. OTHER KINDS QUIET LOUNGES? MOBILE LOUNGES?
  118. 118. AUDITORIUM
  119. 119. WRITING CENTER
  120. 120. TUTORING CENTER
  121. 121. FOOTPRINT
  122. 122. PARTNERS
  123. 123. RADIO STATION?
  124. 124. ART STORAGE?
  125. 125. patron services
  126. 126. service desk models
  127. 127. ONE DESK, OR TWO? PHOTO BY ELLEN FORSYTH - HTTP://FLIC.KR/P/7DZ3ZZ
  128. 128. MANAGING TRAFFIC PHOTO BY ADAPTORPLUG - HTTP://FLIC.KR/P/7F9UHW
  129. 129. technology
  130. 130. HOW MUCH DO YOU NEED? PHOTO BY HONDA NEWS - HTTP://FLIC.KR/P/71ZJUE
  131. 131. WHERE DO YOU NEED IT? PHOTO BY ARS ELECTRONICA - HTTP://FLIC.KR/P/7DR9Y2
  132. 132. HOW DO YOU MANAGE IT? PHOTO BY DEANJ - HTTP://FLIC.KR/P/4DWXXR
  133. 133. collection space
  134. 134. MEASURE. CAREFULLY.
  135. 135. WEED BEFORE YOU MOVE
  136. 136. COMPACT OR OPEN?
  137. 137. LOW SHELVES
  138. 138. DO YOU INTERFILE?
  139. 139. HOW MANY DISCREET COLLECTIONS?
  140. 140. WHAT GOES NEARBY?
  141. 141. WHAT ABOUT THESE?
  142. 142. PRIME REAL ESTATE
  143. 143. BARNES AND NOBLE CONCEPT
  144. 144. staff space
  145. 145. FINDING A BALANCE PHOTO BY PLUS45 - HTTP://FLIC.KR/P/2U6SR4
  146. 146. Anticipating the Future
  147. 147. GROWTH (AND THE OPPOSITE) GROWTH AND THE OPPOSITE
  148. 148. REVISIONING YOUR ORGANIZATION CHART LUPTON LIBRARY STAFF SPACES ON 1974 FLOOR PLANS
  149. 149. REVISIONING YOUR ORGANIZATION CHART LUPTON LIBRARY STAFF IN 2002
  150. 150. REVISIONING YOUR ORGANIZATION CHART LUPTON LIBRARY STAFF IN 2010
  151. 151. REVISIONING YOUR ORGANIZATION CHART LUPTON LIBRARY STAFF SPACES ON NEW BUILDING PLANS (2012)
  152. 152. INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY CENTRALIZED OR DISTRIBUTED?
  153. 153. CATALOGING & ACCESS SERVICES WHAT IS THE FUTURE?
  154. 154. INTERLIBRARY LOAN & STACKS MAINTENANCE WHERE DO THEY LIVE?
  155. 155. COLLOCATION IMPROVE COMMUNICATION?
  156. 156. SCATTERING OFFICES IMPROVE SECURITY OR PATRON ACCESS?
  157. 157. DO YOU REALLY HAVE A CHOICE?
  158. 158. WHO NEEDS TO BE NEAR WHAT?
  159. 159. ACCESS & REFERENCE OFFICES NEAR THE DESKS?
  160. 160. ACQUISITIONS, CATALOGING, STACKS, & ILL ...NEAR THE LOADING DOCK AND SERVICE ELEVATORS?
  161. 161. ADMINISTRATION, SPECIAL COLLECTIONS, ARCHIVES FRONT & CENTER, OR HIDING IN THE BACKGROUND?
  162. 162. Information Technology Near anyone?
  163. 163. OFFICES VS CUBICLE FARMS
  164. 164. COMMON SPACES
  165. 165. WHAT ALL STAFF NEED WANT
  166. 166. putting it all together
  167. 167. THINKING ABOUT A BUILDING
  168. 168. importance of architect we <3 andy
  169. 169. NIRVANA PHOTO BY PRAKOPE - HTTP://FLIC.KR/P/H5YVY
  170. 170. DO YOU LIKE TO DO PUZZLES? PHOTO BY TCP909 - HTTP://FLIC.KR/P/CHWLP
  171. 171. ADJACENCIES WHO LIVES NEAR WHAT? WHO LIVES NEAR WHOM?
  172. 172. CARD EXERCISE SORTING YOUR NEW WORLD
  173. 173. BUILDING ESSENTIALS CAN’T DO WITHOUT SOME BASICS
  174. 174. LEED LEADERSHIP IN ENERGY & ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN
  175. 175. BLUEPRINT PHOTO BY WOLFRAM BURNER - HTTP://FLIC.KR/P/6AWV3K
  176. 176. ENTRANCE, SECURITY, ACCCESS
  177. 177. PROGRAM STATEMENT MASTER DOCUMENT
  178. 178. BREAK! PHOTO BY NICKWHEELEROZ - HTTP://FLIC.KR/P/4LH5EO
  179. 179. ACTIVITY TWO: DESIGN A SMALL LIBRARY PHOTO BY LITTLEMISSPIP - HTTP://FLIC.KR/P/7TTOXU
  180. 180. LEGO LIBRARY OUR TAKE ON THE EXERCISE
  181. 181. session wrap
  182. 182. new building
  183. 183. GROUND FLOOR COLLECTION
  184. 184. 1ST FLOOR CIRCULATION, MATERIALS PROCESSING, NEW BOOKS, A/V, GSA
  185. 185. 2ND FLOOR INFORMATION COMMONS, REFERENCE, CLASSROOMS
  186. 186. 3RD FLOOR MEDIA LAB, STUDY SPACE, PARTNER SPACES
  187. 187. 4TH FLOOR SPECIAL COLLECTIONS, FACULTY SPACES, SOUTHERN WRITERS ROOM
  188. 188. q&a
  189. 189. thank you
  190. 190. more info www.lib.utc.edu/building
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