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  • In our focus groups, we asked participants to think about what their ideal library would look like. Many participants said that while they wanted a quiet space in the library, they wanted one that’s not tooquiet. They described having a comfortable place where they could focus and get work done, but also feel like a part of their community; where “even if you’re by yourself, you don’t feel like you’re by yourself,” as one participant put it. Many described a sort of “coffeeshop” feel or “living room atmosphere,” but without feeling like they need to buy anything or leave in a certain amount of time—“a safe and affordable hangout location,” where they could mingle with other people if they wanted to, but can do their own thing if not. (One focus group member said a library should be “like home room for your community.”)
  • our students wanted: good lighting, food, comfy seating, quiet study area, but able to talk. They wanted more instruction on preparing for college research and research apps. Teachers wanted skylights, place to work, more computers in labs than we had.
  • Librarydesigntcea2013conversion

    1. 1. Library Design: Continuing Conversations Carolyn Foote Westlake HS Eanes ISD TCEA 2013 cutmodern design
    2. 2. What do the things in yourroom say about what you believe? @criticalskills1
    3. 3. Becoming an anthropologist http://www.aaanet.org/profdev/careers/Anthos.cfm
    4. 4. How research can inform us
    5. 5. What would ideal library look like?“quiet, but not too quiet”“. . .where ‘even if you’re by yourself, you don’t feel like you’re by yourself,’ as oneparticipant put it.”“‘coffeeshop’ feel or ‘living room atmosphere,’ where they could mingle with otherpeople if they wanted to, but can do their own thing if not.”“‘like home room for your community.’” Rainie and Zickuhr. Pew Internet Project: Library Services in the Digital Age. http://libraries.pewinternet.org/2013/01/22/Library-services/
    6. 6. Interviews of your own community-- QuickTime™ and a H.264 decompressor are needed to see this picture.
    7. 7. Design patternscavewatering holecampfireflexible spaceslearning spaces , etc.... Design Share Design Share http://www.designshare.com/index.php/design-patterns/
    8. 8. 4. One-on-one learning with the teacher5. Lecture format with the teacher at center stage6. Project-based learning7. Technology based learning with mobile computers8. Distance learning9. Research via the Internet with wireless networking10. Presentation11. Performance-based learning12. Seminar-style instruction13. Hands on project-based learning14. Naturalist learning15. Social/emotional learning
    9. 9. Intentionality http://blog.echoenduring.com/2010/05/25/what-is-design/
    10. 10. dianhasan.wordpress.com
    11. 11. IntentionalityIs a library a libratory? kitchen?studio? learning commons?
    12. 12. Invitingstudents in
    13. 13. Frost Stanmore Public
    14. 14. Removing obstacles
    15. 15. Demco Furnishings
    16. 16. Eanes Elementary Library
    17. 17. Creating varied spaces spaces
    18. 18. http://www.behance.net/gallery/Seattle-Public-Library
    19. 19. http://demcointeriors.co.uk/meeting-pods
    20. 20. Demco Interiors UK
    21. 21. Steelcase Mobile Screens
    22. 22. VS Interiors
    23. 23. Seattle Public Library
    24. 24. Agati Furniture
    25. 25. Demco Interiors UK Kent History Library
    26. 26. Demco Interiors UK Duston School
    27. 27. Eanes Elementary Library
    28. 28. Hill Country MS Library
    29. 29. Westlake High School Library
    30. 30. VS Furniture dividers - Buero
    31. 31. Creating Nooks,Caves, and Nests
    32. 32. http://www.thebooandtheboy.com/ /
    33. 33. Demco Interiors UK
    34. 34. Demco Interiors UK Gateway Primary School
    35. 35. The “Hive” library, UK
    36. 36. photo of Forest Trail “tent”
    37. 37. Gathering spaces Mattapan Branch Library Boston
    38. 38. Hillman Library cafe area
    39. 39. Bozeman, MT Library
    40. 40. Rethinking signage
    41. 41. Logos
    42. 42. http://www.wallstickeroutlet.com/chalkboard-stickers.php
    43. 43. Boston Public Library
    44. 44. Seattle Public Libraryhttp://www.behance.net/gallery/Seattle-Public-Library/1463723
    45. 45. Lighting children’s lightinghttp://www.ikea.com/us/en/catalog/categories/departments/childrens_ikea/18773/
    46. 46. Inviting wall decor
    47. 47. Walls/displa ys
    48. 48. Wall/window decals
    49. 49. http://www.roommatesdecor.comhttp://www.roommatesdecor.com
    50. 50. MuralsRobin Hood Foundation New YorkRobin Hood Foundation New York
    51. 51. Idea Painthttp://www.ideapaint.com/spaces/school/http://www.ideapaint.com/spaces/school/
    52. 52. http://ana-white.com/2010/10/what-is-cooler-than-a-fridge.html
    53. 53. http://ohhappyday.com/2012/08/magnet-wall-diy/
    54. 54. Book displays
    55. 55. Why not?
    56. 56. IDEAS?
    57. 57. ikea pictures, lampshttp://www.ikea.com/us/en/catalog/categories/departments/decoration/10757/
    58. 58. Pottery barn kids clearance
    59. 59. In “the real world”
    60. 60. TextCollect from Pinterest
    61. 61. Design books
    62. 62. century-classroom-designhttp://www.scoop.it/t/21st- century-classroom-designhttp://www.scoop.it/t/21st- century-classroom-designhttp://www.scoop.it/t/21st- century-classroom-designhttp://www.scoop.it/t/21st- century-classroom-designhttp://www.scoop.it/t/21st- century-classroom-designhttp://www.scoop.it/t/21st- century-classroom-designhttp://www.scoop.it/t/21st- century-classroom-designhttp://www.scoop.it/t/21st- century-classroom-design

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