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THE ARCHITECTURE OF STUDENT LEARNING Changing the library environment to match how students learn

Defining the Learning Commons Computer lab, Information Commons, Learning Lab. . .

Computer lab, Information Commons, Learning Lab. . .

Information Commons 1990’s Information Arcade Media Union Virtual Village 100’s of learning commons today

1990’s

Information Arcade

Media Union

Virtual Village

100’s of learning commons today

Commons: Information or Learning Supports discovery to creation Library resources + Productivity software Technology-rich Library - centric More collaborative More campus partners Discovery to creation + social and active Seamless integration of services and resources Information Commons Learning Commons

Supports discovery to creation

Library resources + Productivity software

Technology-rich

Library - centric

More collaborative

More campus partners

Discovery to creation + social and active

Seamless integration of services and resources

Information Commons

Learning Commons

Student and Curriculum Change Responding to Needs

Student and Curriculum Change

Educational Shifts Problem based learning Case Method Teaching Collaborative learning Authentic learning Service Learning Participatory learner Learning occurs in context Learning is active Learning is social Learning is reflective

Problem based learning

Case Method Teaching

Collaborative learning

Authentic learning

Service Learning

Participatory learner

Learning occurs in context

Learning is active

Learning is social

Learning is reflective

Student Shifts Net Gen, Millennials, Digital Natives 98.4 % students own personal computer (laptop/fixed) 86.1% have cell phones 56.3% have a game device 80.3% use social networking tools 70.5 % believe technology helped course research ECAR study of undergraduate students and information technology, 2007

Net Gen, Millennials, Digital Natives

98.4 % students own personal computer (laptop/fixed)

86.1% have cell phones

56.3% have a game device

80.3% use social networking tools

70.5 % believe technology helped course research

ECAR study of undergraduate students and information technology, 2007

Reposition- Reinvent- Restructure= Revitalize “ In these times of libraries being marginalized in the digital age, it becomes most critical to maintain the importance and relevance of academic libraries as places of intellectual life and centers of activity.” Kratz, C. 2003. Transforming the delivery of service: the joint use library and information commons. College and Research Libraries News 64, no. 2 (Feb) : 100-101.

“ In these times of libraries being marginalized in the digital age, it becomes most critical to maintain the importance and relevance of academic libraries as places of intellectual life and centers of activity.”

Kratz, C. 2003. Transforming the delivery of service: the joint use library and information commons. College and Research Libraries News 64, no. 2 (Feb) : 100-101.

NCSU, Emory, Georgia Tech, Duke Exploring Existing Models

NCSU, Emory, Georgia Tech, Duke

Existing Models

Typical components of LC Seamless and collaborative services Support of comprehensive learning continuum Merging content and technology Flexible and transformative space

Seamless and collaborative services

Support of comprehensive learning continuum

Merging content and technology

Flexible and transformative space

Visibility Seamlessness Collaboration Seamless Collaborative Services

Visibility

Seamlessness

Collaboration

Service Points Duke

Duke

Service Points Emory Cox Center

Emory Cox Center

Service Points Georgia Tech

Georgia Tech

Service Points NCSU

NCSU

CU Boulder Merging IT & Library Services Campus Writing Center adjacent Combined Reference/ Research Services

Merging IT & Library Services

Campus Writing Center adjacent

Combined Reference/ Research Services

Academic Social Communal Supporting the Learning Continuum

Academic

Social

Communal

Collaborating Emory Cox Center

Emory Cox Center

Collaborating NCSU

NCSU

Collaborating Georgia Tech

Georgia Tech

CU Boulder- Collaborating Collaborative stations Screen share Multiple power sources Noise tolerance

Collaborative stations

Screen share

Multiple power sources

Noise tolerance

CU Boulder- Collaborating Team Technology Rooms Divisible space Group sharing software Flat panel display Audio capabilities Meetings and group collaboration Multimedia presentation Videoconferencing Projectors

Team Technology Rooms

Divisible space

Group sharing software

Flat panel display

Audio capabilities

Meetings and group collaboration

Multimedia presentation

Videoconferencing

Projectors

Individual Study Space Emory Cox Center

Emory Cox Center

Georgia Tech Individual Study Space

Georgia Tech

CU Boulder- Individual Study Space Quiet and Isolated Central but Individual

Quiet and Isolated

Central but Individual

CU Boulder- Individual Study Space

Café Georgia Tech

Georgia Tech

Café

Integrating the Outdoors

Refreshments & the Outdoors

Social NCSU

NCSU

Social Emory Cox Center

Emory Cox Center

Social Georgia Tech

Georgia Tech

Academic & Social: Shared Community

Collections and Content Pervasive Technology Merging Content & Technology

Collections and Content

Pervasive Technology

Library Reading Room Transformed

Duke Content & Technology

Duke

Content & Technology NCSU

NCSU

Technology Rich Georgia Tech

Georgia Tech

CU Boulder

Adaptive to learning and curriculum trends Flexible & Transformative

Adaptive to learning and curriculum trends

Flexible Space NCSU

NCSU

Flexible Space

Flexible Space Georgia Tech

Georgia Tech

Flexible Space

CU Boulder

CU Boulder

Changing Architecture “ Information commons have drawn students by offering environments that address their needs, bring together technology, content, and services in a physical space that results in an environment different from that of a typical library”. (7.2) Lippincott (2006). “Linking the Information Commons to Learning”.

“ Information commons have drawn students by offering environments that address their needs, bring together technology, content, and services in a physical space that results in an environment different from that of a typical library”. (7.2)

Lippincott (2006). “Linking the Information Commons to Learning”.

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