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  • what did you take away from the ORG model discussion last week? What guidance do you have for us as we develop the ideal?\nThis is important to establish because it could result in a different way to allocate SF in the future\n
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  • number 1: be proxy for barbara. challenge them that GGU does have a vision to be on the cutting edge of the interface of online and in person learning and to be leaders in practical, skills-based, applied professional programs.... or is this just because it’s opportunistic?\n\nwe are looking to see if they have a clear stance on any of these or if we need to tease it out of them\n\n
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  • 7/16/12 GGU Steering Committee

    1. 1. Golden Gate University SF Remodel Project - Phase 7: Master Planning & Programming 07.16.12
    2. 2. Conceptual Organizational Models & Objective 4-6 Update• Conceptual Organizational Model Workshop debriefing• Classroom Characteristics Study and Utilization Correlation • Computer lab conversation• Objective 6 Update and Content Review• Administrative updates • Field Trips to the Hub and Deloitte are being scheduled • July 23rd Meeting will include Survey 1 Deep Dive Report proprietary and confidential Golden Gate University SF Remodel Project - Phase 7: Master Planning & Programming MKTHINK 2
    3. 3. Conceptual Organizational Model: Option 1 Layers of Activity 07.09.12Opportunities• Noisy and quiet activities naturally separated• Collocating activities with natural “buzz” creates pulse and energy for culture and community, boosting the identity of the University at large Instruction• Schools have distinct identities for student- Instruction facing and staff activities• Faculty are collocated with colleagues from their Instruction school while being Wellness Law Quiet/ Administration Relaxatio proximate to faculty from Scheduled other schools; a central SBA / LAW Law Casual Study LIBRARY Law Book SGA faculty lounge provides Lounge Lounge Study Storage opportunities for Learning Learning Interaction (loud, informal) collaboration among all Library Support Support Law Book Services Dining (Café) Front- Staff Staff Browsing faculty facing• Adjacent faculty offices Books Student UNIVERSITY Casual tore Services Law allow easy LIBRARY Book Study U.G. Browsing Library LAW accommodation of shifting Informal Zone (loud, informal) Back-of- “Drop-In” House Staff SCHOOL head counts Meeting Student Quiet/ Services Law• Law School has distinct Faculty space Scheduled Lounge Law Book Storage Study Formal Staff Faculty “Scheduled” AGENO Activitie Braden Meetings School of School Business s of School of Faculty Taxation U.G. Accounting PLUS Activitie Faculty s Faculty Activitie Faculty Activitie Faculty Activitie Activities Faculty s SCHOOLS LoungeChallenges • Slightly less identification with schools and programs proprietary and confidential Golden Gate University SF Remodel Project - Phase 7: Master Planning & Programming MKTHINK 3
    4. 4. Conceptual Organizational Model: Option 2 Law School School Focus 06.25.12 Book Storage Staff AGENO Opportunities Activitie School of Business • School identity prioritized Faculty Activities • Central social/service hub creates Quiet/ community and encourages informal Scheduled Gathering interaction Study Meeting Gathering Staff • Shared academic quarter promotes (includes SBA) Meeting Activitie efficient use of space • Autonomy for schools to create unique Academic Quarter Social & Service Hub atmospheres for faculty, staff, and interaction activities Quiet/ Student Book Scheduled Casual • Distinct space for the Law School Storage Services Study Study (loud, informal) SGA Lounge Faculty Library & Learning Challenges Activities Learning Support Gathering Book • Less identification with the University at Support large Staff Services Interaction Store • Potential for redundancies in some space spaces Student Relaxation Undergraduate • Reduced ability to accommodate Programs faculty / staff growth Services Instruction Gathering Staff School of Meeting Activities Tax and Accounting Student Services in the Hub could include: Faculty Activities •Accounts Payable Gathering •Alumni Services Meeting •Financial Aid PLUS •International Admissions & Advising Faculty Services Gathering Staff University Activities Meeting Activities •Office of Student Affairs Administratio Staff •Wellness Activitie •Counseling Faculty Activities proprietary and confidential Golden Gate University SF Remodel Project - Phase 7: Master Planning & Programming MKTHINK 4
    5. 5. Conceptual Organizational Model Key Topics for Discussion• Long-term pedagogical vision OR agile, responsive, flexible?• School identity OR University-wide identity?• Cybercampus: stand alone OR embedded in schools?• Student services - One-Stop-Shop?• Instructional space - specialized skills facilities an anomaly or a benchmark? (talk about after both classroom study and Objective 6 report) proprietary and confidential Golden Gate University SF Remodel Project - Phase 7: Master Planning & Programming MKTHINK 5
    6. 6. Assessment: Utilization I N S T R U C T I O N A L S PA C E A S S E S S M E N T 5/15/12 - 5/16/12 proprietary and confidential Golden Gate University SF Remodel Project - Phase 7: Master Planning & Programming 6 MKTHINK
    7. 7. Instructional Space Room Assessment 5/15/12 - 5/16/12 Room Assessment Survey • Recorded Physical Conditions and Assets (number of seats, whiteboard, podium, number of outlets, etc.) • Made Qualitative Observations (Light quality, strength of WIFI, acoustic quality, climate) proprietary and confidentialGolden Gate University SF Remodel Project - Phase 7: Master Planning & Programming MKTHINK 7
    8. 8. Instructional Space Room Assessment 5/15/12 - 5/16/12 Inventory Assessment PHYSICAL CONDITIONS - Seating and Furniture - Assets Numbers, Y/N - Tools - Technology - Lighting QUALITATIVE OBSERVATIONS - Natural Light - Operable Light - Furniture Quality - Furniture Sustainability Rank 1-4 (1 best) - Cleanliness - Room Crowding - Climate - Acoustic Quality - Power Access - Network Acess proprietary and confidentialGolden Gate University SF Remodel Project - Phase 7: Master Planning & Programming MKTHINK 8
    9. 9. Instructional Space Room Assessment Inventory - Physical Conditions Number of rooms with... Tools Seating and Furniture • White Board - 32 • Shared Desks and Chairs - 32 • Blackboard - 20 • Fixed Seating - 19 • Digital Projector - 43 • Tiered Seating - 6 • Projection Screen - 43 • Faculty Desk - 25 • Computer - 44 • Integrated Presentation Podium - 13 • TV - 1 Assets • DVD Player - 18 (likely • Bathroom - 0 more locked in podiums) • Storage Closet - 11 • PA System - 37 • Connected Kitchen - 0 • Moveable Wall - 7 Lighting • Adjacent Lobby - 5 • Shutters or Blinds - 24 • Floor Outlets - 3 • Variable Lighting • Desk Outlets - 11 Control Dim - 15 • Central HVAC - 50 • Variable Lighting • Window AC Unit - 2 Control Zones - 17 Technology • Network Connection - 55 • WIFI - 55 • Telephone Line - 29 • Cable Line - 47 proprietary and confidentialGolden Gate University SF Remodel Project - Phase 7: Master Planning & Programming MKTHINK 9
    10. 10. Instructional Space Room Assessment Weekly Room Use vs Room Capacity (SF) - Moderate/Weak correlation between weekly room use and size of classroom - Correlation: 0.51 Size of Class (Room Capacity) 100 90 80 70 60HOURS 50 40 30 20 10 0 3214 3209 3201 5210 5203 5205 4212 5216 3208 4200 3211 3216 3203 3200 5200 2203 4225 2201 3320 2321 3205 5207 2202 5224 3316 5215 6224 4220 4203 5222 3317 3321 5212 4206 4208 4214 6209 2310 3323 6211 3324 4227 4216 5310 5311 526 4218 B-5 P-90 1331 546 5309 5312 ROOM proprietary and confidential Golden Gate University SF Remodel Project - Phase 7: Master Planning & Programming MKTHINK 10
    11. 11. Instructional Space Room Assessment Weekly Room Use vs Number of Assets - Number of Assets: Total number of assets recorded per room during room assessment - Conclusion: No correlation between number of assets and weekly room use NUMBER OF ASSETS 55 50 45 40 35HOURS 30 25 20 15 10 5 0 3214 3209 3201 5210 5203 5205 4212 5216 3208 4200 3211 3216 3203 3200 5200 2203 4225 2201 3320 2321 3205 5207 2202 5224 3316 5215 6224 4220 4203 5222 3317 3321 5212 4206 4208 4214 6209 2310 3323 6211 3324 4227 4216 5310 5311 526 4218 B-5 P-90 1331 546 5309 5312 ROOM proprietary and confidential Golden Gate University SF Remodel Project - Phase 7: Master Planning & Programming MKTHINK 11
    12. 12. Instructional Space Room Assessment Weekly Room Use vs Qualitative Sum - Qualitative Sum: Sum of Qualitative Rating obtained during assessment (lower number = better condition) - Conclusion: No correlation between qualitative sum and weekly room use QUALITATIVE SUM 55 50 45 40 35 30HOURS 25 20 15 10 5 0 3214 3209 3201 5210 5203 5205 4212 5216 3208 4200 3211 3216 3203 3200 5200 2203 4225 2201 3320 2321 3205 5207 2202 5224 3316 5215 6224 4220 4203 5222 3317 3321 5212 4206 4208 4214 6209 2310 3323 6211 3324 4227 4216 5310 5311 526 4218 B-5 P-90 1331 546 5309 5312 ROOM proprietary and confidential Golden Gate University SF Remodel Project - Phase 7: Master Planning & Programming MKTHINK 12
    13. 13. Instructional Space Room Assessment Weekly Room Use vs Number of Outlets - Weak correlation between number of outlets and weekly room use - Correlation : 0.37 WALL OUTLETS DESK OUTLETS 120 GROUND OUTLETS 100 80HOURS 60 40 20 0 3214 3209 3201 5210 5203 5205 4212 5216 3208 4200 3211 3216 3203 3200 5200 2203 4225 2201 3320 2321 3205 5207 2202 5224 3316 5215 6224 4220 4203 5222 3317 3321 5212 4206 4208 4214 6209 2310 3323 6211 3324 4227 4216 5310 5311 526 4218 B-5 P-90 1331 546 5309 5312 ROOM proprietary and confidential Golden Gate University SF Remodel Project - Phase 7: Master Planning & Programming MKTHINK 13
    14. 14. Instructional Space Room Assessment Weekly Room Use vs Acoustic Quality - No significant correlation between acoustic quality and weekly room use (Lower number = better quality) - Correlation : 0.23 ACOUSTIC QUALITY 120 110 100 90 80 70HOURS 60 50 40 30 20 10 0 3214 3209 3201 5210 5203 5205 4212 5216 3208 4200 3211 3216 3203 3200 5200 2203 4225 2201 3320 2321 3205 5207 2202 5224 3316 5215 6224 4220 4203 5222 3317 3321 5212 4206 4208 4214 6209 2310 3323 6211 3324 4227 4216 5310 5311 526 4218 B-5 P-90 1331 546 5309 5312 ROOM proprietary and confidential Golden Gate University SF Remodel Project - Phase 7: Master Planning & Programming MKTHINK 14
    15. 15. Instructional Space Room Assessment 5/15/12 - 5/16/12 Significant Correlations Utilization Occupancy SF 0.40 0.28 Ave Occupancy 0.51 NA Utilization NA 0.51 Room Capacity 0.51 0.51 Total Outlets 0.37 0.32 Variable Lighting 0.41 0.22 p = .05, significant at 0.273 p = .01, significant at 0.354 proprietary and confidentialGolden Gate University SF Remodel Project - Phase 7: Master Planning & Programming MKTHINK 15
    16. 16. Instructional Space Room Assessment 5/15/12 - 5/16/12 Conclusions • Weak to no significance between physical and environmental factors in a room and its weekly room use proprietary and confidentialGolden Gate University SF Remodel Project - Phase 7: Master Planning & Programming MKTHINK 16
    17. 17. Assessment: Utilization I N S T R U C T I O N A L S PA C E A S S E S S M E N T - B E S T A N D WORST PERFORMERS proprietary and confidential Golden Gate University SF Remodel Project - Phase 7: Master Planning & Programming 17 MKTHINK
    18. 18. Instructional Space Room Assessment Best Performers Student Law LLM Services Registration Programs OUTDOOR 385 138 S.F. VENDING CORRIDOR 384 School of Law 3214 (1) 384 MACHINES 1553 S.F. 166 S.F. School of Law Admissions LOBBY 383 1247 S.F. 383 3209 (2) Financial Aid Faculty Offices 1 2 3 3201 (3) 382 1490 S.F. 5304 School of Taxation 1 2 School of Accounting 3 4 OUTDOOR 585 138 S.F. CORRIDOR 584 COPY/ 1376 S.F. BREAK 5324A OFFICE 5323 25 S.F. STAIR S-3 322 S.F. LOBBY 583 1247 S.F. 583 CyberCampus 5221C 5221B 5221A ELS 5 5203 (5) Language 5221D 5221E Center CORRIDOR OUTDOOR OUTDOOR 582 582 581 933 S.F. 580 271 S.F. 286 S.F. 5210 (4) 4 proprietary and confidentialGolden Gate University SF Remodel Project - Phase 7: Master Planning & Programming MKTHINK 18

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