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Library thoughts, late 2015

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Some of my recent thoughts about academic libraries. These focus a fair bit on spaces, but there is also a focus on services, technologies and our programs.
It is from a presentation that I gave by Skype to the SCU Library on 27 November 2015.

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Library thoughts, late 2015

  1. 1. THE ACADEMIC LIBRARY Some recent thoughts and ideas @malbooth
  2. 2. TRENDS & CONTEXT changes in scholarly communication | new jobs & digital literacies | data curation | open scholarship | research impact | pedagogical change | transdisciplinarity |
  3. 3. Apple Store, Manhattan, NYC |
  4. 4. Libraries are not circuses, shopping malls, banks or Apple stores (but probably have a little to learn from each of these)
  5. 5. Customs House Library, Sydney | a great example of brilliant design and successful connected programs and services | refurbishment by PTW Architects in association with Tanner Architects & Lacoste+Stevenson
  6. 6. Service Points | “Kiosk” type service point, Hunt Library, NCSU
  7. 7. Service desks & reserve holds area | Humboldt University Library, Berlin
  8. 8. MONA:some thoughts leaving it to chance | don’t aim for perfection | the power of not knowing | aim for wonder, awe, inspiration, delight, serendipity & surprise | more random | more trust |
  9. 9. MONA
  10. 10. MONA
  11. 11. MONA
  12. 12. MONA
  13. 13. UTS Interior & Spatial Design student work exhibited recently in UTS Library |
  14. 14. What would Andy Warhol or David Walsh do? libraries have a lot more to learn from them than from Jack Welch or the Harvard Business Review
  15. 15. Watch Andy Warhol:A documentary Film | by Ric Burns (image from an exhibition at the Metropolitan Museum, NYC
  16. 16. Games Room | UTS Library
  17. 17. Escaping the old ways can be harder than having new ideas John Seely Brown (paraphrased)
  18. 18. The Morgan Library & Museum, Manhattan, NYC |
  19. 19. Laughing | Smiling | Having Fun | we need more rules and signs | #obvs
  20. 20. We’ll always have to deal with Ambiguities so let’s not kill all our darlings
  21. 21. Still functional & popular | Main Reading Room, New York Public Library
  22. 22. Snøhetta’s modern reading room | James B. Hunt Jnr. Library, NCSU
  23. 23. Individual study nooks, Silent Reading Room, 5th floor | UTS Library
  24. 24. Identity & Inspiration
  25. 25. King’s Library and public spaces | The British Library, London
  26. 26. Foster + Partners | Philological Library, Freie Universität, Berlin
  27. 27. Foster + Partners | Philological Library, Freie Universität, Berlin
  28. 28. Foster + Partners | Philological Library, Freie Universität, Berlin
  29. 29. Foster + Partners | Philological Library, Freie Universität, Berlin
  30. 30. Culture connecting and engaging with the community
  31. 31. Customs House Library, Sydney | Vivid Festival, 2012
  32. 32. Moshe Safdie | Main Library, Salt Lake City
  33. 33. Exhibition of student works from the 2014 Global Textiles Studio | UTS Library, 2015 (image by Jackson Mann)
  34. 34. Going beyond Search: Discovery & Curiosity in libraries, their collections, content & context
  35. 35. Columbus Circle, Manhattan | because search is like White Pages & discovery is like Colombus in 1492
  36. 36. Snøhetta’s yellow pathways | James B. Hunt Jnr. Library, NCSU
  37. 37. MONA
  38. 38. Visualising search results | UTS Library Catalogue
  39. 39. Recommendation engines? | E.g. Netflix & Amazon
  40. 40. Building Context for a data future supporting the research data management lifecycle
  41. 41. Data vis, teaching, research facility | Data teaching & vis lab, Hunt Library, NCSU
  42. 42. Data Labs | Data lab prototype, British Library
  43. 43. 3D projector and surface/table top screen | British Library
  44. 44. Delivering an Experience emotional connection
  45. 45. Customs House Library, Sydney |
  46. 46. Harvested Instagram images | James B. Hunt Jnr. Library, NCSU
  47. 47. Asia Pacific Design Library | State Library of Queensland
  48. 48. Eric Hagan live drawing, UTS Library | Couture Techniques, 2nd year Fashion students Bodice and Dress Project in collaboration with the NSW Embroiders Guild
  49. 49. Organisational (mis)Representation how can we get this right?
  50. 50. UTS Library Organisation Chart | First Dimension:Administrative “homes” University Librarian Director Education & Research Services Unit Director Library Resources Unit Information Services Manager Access Services Manager Manager eResearch IT Manager Scholarly Information Manager University of Technology, Sydney University Library Organisation Chart (as at April 2014) Collection Maintenance Coordinator DRR & Digitisation Coordinator Access Services Coordinator Business & Law Team Leader Sciences & Technology Team Leader Arts & Social Sciences Team Leader Access Services Coordinator (KC) Collection Development & Evaluation Team Leader Metadata & Discovery Services Team Leader Finance & Vendor Relationships Team Leader Systems Architect Web Developer Server Administrator Reserve & Access Coordinator Library Retrieval System Officer Communication Manager Director Logistics, Planning & Kuring-gai Library
  51. 51. UTS Library Organisation Chart | What about these roles????? University Librarian Director Education & Research Services Unit Director Library Resources Unit Information Services Manager Access Services Manager Manager eResearch IT Manager Scholarly Information Manager University of Technology, Sydney University Library Organisation Chart (as at April 2014) Collection Maintenance Coordinator DRR & Digitisation Coordinator Access Services Coordinator Business & Law Team Leader Sciences & Technology Team Leader Arts & Social Sciences Team Leader Access Services Coordinator (KC) Collection Development & Evaluation Team Leader Metadata & Discovery Services Team Leader Finance & Vendor Relationships Team Leader Systems Architect Web Developer Server Administrator Reserve & Access Coordinator Library Retrieval System Officer Communication Manager Director Logistics, Planning & Kuring-gai Library Digital Literacy | Open Access Repository | UTS ePRESS | Spec. Collections Acquisition | Data Archives | learning.futures | Research Support | Open Access & OERs | Ref. Help & Desk Shifts | Exhibition Curation & Events | Research Impact Metrics | RDM Planning & Assistance | Social Media Engagement | Other liaison/engagement | Data Projects | CAUL, LATN, ALIA work | UX/UI research |
  52. 52. New Media Literacies visual, musical, procedural & cinematic:it isn’t just about books
  53. 53. Kapi Warku | Painting by Paniny Mick a senior Amata woman
  54. 54. Illuminated pages from “The Life of St Edmund King and Martyr” | John Lydgate’s Illustrated Verse Life. Presented to Henry VI. A facsimile of British Library MS Harley 2278. British Library, 2004
  55. 55. Bradman's comet trailing the sky of the Australian Innings | Irene Wellington's visualisation of Bradman's scoring strokes at Leeds. From her diary:26 Days and 25 Nights of Summer, 1934. Dark brown leather binding, 77 written pages. Black ink and red paint on paper. 30 x 24.5 cm.
  56. 56. 11-808:Visualising the Library's Retrieval System | By our 2014 Artist(s)-in Residence:Elisa Lee & Adam Hinshaw http://www.lib.uts.edu.au/news/288004/uts-library-s-artists-residence-investigate-library-retrieval-system
  57. 57. Media Editing Studio | UTS Library
  58. 58. “Lace Narratives”, an Open Access Media Object | Downloadable PDF, video, images, print-on-demand editions, and a limited edition artists’s book with lace samples. http://epress.lib.uts.edu.au/ books/lace-narratives
  59. 59. Design & Behaviour
  60. 60. Rain Garden Reading Lounge | James B. Hunt Jr. Library, NCSU
  61. 61. Silent Reading Room, 5th floor | UTS Library (image by Jackson Mann)
  62. 62. Leaving enough Space do we try to cram too much stuff in?
  63. 63. Historic hall of the Hamburger Bahnhof | Berlin
  64. 64. Rain Garden Reading Lounge | James B. Hunt Jr. Library, NCSU
  65. 65. Can you design for Advocacy? sustainability | diversity | Open Access | fair IP & Copyright | net neutrality |
  66. 66. Sustainability at The Grove Library | Perth, WA
  67. 67. Kuring-Gai Campus Library | UTS

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