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  • 1. Western Dakota Technical Institute New Rushmore Building Rapid City, South Dakota Library Planning and Program Presentation June 22, 2010
  • 2. WORKSHOP MEETING #1 RECAP
  • 3. Design Objectives
    • Learning Environment
    • Community to Feel at Home
    • Clearly Defined Entry for the Public
    • Seamless Library Experience: Public and Academic
    • Marketplace Feel: Signage
    • Information and Campus Center
    • Variety of Seat Types
    • Special Identity within New Rushmore Building
    • Fireplace: Place to Gather Around
    • Shelving: Only the Minimum
    • Online World Made Visible: Big Screens
    • “ Critical Nervous System” of Building
    • Visible from Glass Elevator
  • 4. Functional Objectives
    • Places for Study
    • Drive-Thru Service Window
    • Clear Signage
    • Information Center
    • Group Study Rooms : Flat Screens, Partitions?
    • Wireless with Outlets in all Locations
    • Serve as Resource Center
    • Literacy Classroom Near Library
    • Media Area: Place to Copy and Reformat Media, etc.
    • Movement: Encourage Physical Activity
    • Recreational Use: Movies, Gaming
    • Parking: Public Access
    • Furniture: Flexible and Moveable
    • Online Materials: Ability to Print
  • 5. Operational Objectives
    • Open 7 Days a Week: 7AM to 7PM – Consider Extending Hours to 9PM
    • WDT Library Staff Space: 3 Total Staff, Open Workstations for 4
    • Mobile Desks on Library Floor: 2 Staff on Floor
    • Closed Collections
    • Medical and Law Library Collections Adjacent to Library, Not in Square Footage
    • Transition Books to Current Online Databases and Resources
    • WDT/Public Wireless: Review State Law on Educational vs. Non-Educational
    • Allow Food and Drink in Library: Café Space Separate from Library
    • Security: Consideration of Public Access in Academic Zones
    • Staff in Central Locations: Can Visually Supervise Entire Library Space
    • No Barriers Between Staff and Patrons
    • Serve as Laboratory for WDT Library Tech Program
  • 6. Sustainability Goals
    • Flexible Space: Total Portability, Nothing Fixed
    • Natural Light
    • Sustainability as Part of the Curriculum: Architecture as a Teaching Tool
    • Inspire the Community: Imagine the Next Generation
    • Energy Production
    • New Technologies and the Next Generation: Wind, Geothermal
    • Become a “Living Showcase” for WDT
    • Celebrate Technology
  • 7. DEVELOPING A LIBRARY PROGRAM
  • 8. Library Program Components
    • Public Areas
      • Lobby
      • Multipurpose Meeting Rooms
      • Exhibition Space
      • Reader and Collection Areas
      • Adult Services
      • Teen Services
      • Children’s Services
      • Periodicals
      • Audio-Visual
      • Law Library
        • Staff Areas
  • 9. Program Development - Total
    • Academic Library Uses
    • Total GSF 5,724      
    • 44% of Total
    • 44 Academic Seats
    10,468 NSF / 13,001 GSF
    • Shared Library Uses
    • Total GSF 3,271  
    • 25% of Total  
    • 114 Shared Seats
    • Public Library Uses
    • Total GSF 4,006      
    • 31% of Total      
    • 73 Library Seats    
  • 10. Program Development – Public Areas
    • Lobby / Vestibule
    • Electronic Display  
    • Exhibit Display Area
    • 100-Seat Multi-Purpose Room
    • Family Restrooms    
    • Coin/Card Operated Copy/Print/Scan Stations
    • Information & Pamphlet Display
    • Self Check Out Stations
    2,418 NSF / 23% of Total
  • 11. Program Development – Reader and Collection Areas
    • Adult Services
      • New Book Display and Booklist/Staff Table
      • Adult Reference and Collections
      • Seating: Reader Tables, Lounge Seats
      • Computer Stations
      • Collaborative Learning Pods  
      • Group Study Rooms      
      • Periodicals    
      • Audio Visual Collection  
      • DVDs, CDs, Books on CD
      • Listening/Viewing Stations
      • Flat Screen TV with Seating 
    4,880 NSF / 47% of Total
  • 12. Program Development – Law Library
    • Law Collections    
      • Seating – Reader Tables  
    614 NSF / 6% of Total
  • 13. Program Development – Teen Services
    • Young Adult Collections  
    • Reader Seating  
      • Computer Stations
      • Reader Tables
    • Computer Stations  
    • Group Study Rooms
    • Lounge/Media Area  
    561 NSF / 5% of Total
  • 14. Program Development – Children's Services
    • Early Childhood Collections
    • Reader Seating  
      • Reader Tables  
      • Adult Lounge Seating
      • Sofas  
      • Soft Seating Play Units
      • Reader Seating Nooks  
    • Computer Stations  
    1,119 NSF / 11% of Total
  • 15. Program Development – Staff Areas
    • Mobile Service Desk (On Floor)
    • Staff Workstations
    • Workroom  
    • Staff Lounge
    • Drive up Window Service  
    893 NSF / 9% of Total
  • 16. Program Development - Collections Current Collections = 19,630 Total Collections Capacity = 33,962
    • Adult Book Collections  
    • Adult Fiction  
    • Adult Non-Fiction  
    • Large Print Books  
    • Oversize  
    • New Releases
    • Reference
    • Departmental  
    • Native American  
    • Books to Go
    • Adult Periodicals  
    • Hard-Bound Periodicals  
    • Periodicals  
    • Backfile Periodicals  
    • Newspapers
    • Adult Audiovisual  
    • Compact Disks - Music  
    • Books on Tape and CD  
    • DVDs
    • Law Library  
    • Young Adult Collections  
    • Non-Fiction
    • Fiction
    • Magazines
    • Books on CD
    • Early Childhood Area  
    • Easy Readers  
    • Board and Picture Books
    • Juvenile and Young Teen  
    • Non-fiction
    • Fiction  
    • Magazines  
    • Kids Bag
    • Books on CD & Read Alongs
    • DVDs  
    • Parenting                        
  • 17. Program Development - Seats
    • Seats = 115
    • 2-Person Bench Seats
    • 2-Person Reader Tables
    • 4-Person Reader Tables
    • Lounge Chairs
    • 2-Person Sofas
    • Collaborative Learning Pod
    • Computer Stations
    • 4-Person Group Study Rooms = 16
    • Multipurpose Room = 100
    • Total Seats = 231
  • 18. Program Diagrams – Public Spaces
  • 19. Program Diagrams – Collections
  • 20. CONTEMPORARY LIBRARY SPACES
  • 21. Technology
  • 22. Technology
  • 23. Technology
  • 24. Technology
  • 25. Technology
  • 26. Moveable Screens
  • 27. Projection
  • 28. Flexible Open Areas
  • 29. Flexible Open Areas
  • 30. Flexible Open Areas
  • 31. Seating Types
  • 32. Seating Types
  • 33. Marketplace Atmosphere
  • 34. Marketplace Atmosphere
  • 35. Group Study
  • 36. Contemporary Classroom Spaces
  • 37. Spaces for Children
  • 38. Spaces for Children
  • 39. Spaces for Children
  • 40. Spaces for Children
  • 41. Spaces for Children
  • 42. Spaces for Teens
  • 43. Spaces for Teens
  • 44. Spaces for Teens
  • 45. Contemporary Libraries
  • 46. Contemporary Libraries
  • 47. Contemporary Libraries
  • 48. Contemporary Libraries
  • 49. Contemporary Libraries
  • 50. Contemporary Libraries
  • 51. Contemporary Libraries
  • 52. Contemporary Libraries
  • 53. Contemporary Libraries
  • 54. CONCEPTUAL PLANNING IDEAS
  • 55. Conceptual Diagrams
  • 56. Conceptual Diagrams