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  • Facilities Design Assignment ISTC 601 Spring 2011 Claire DeRose Kristen McCormick Ashley Serio Brad Stratton Kenneth Saul ISTC 601 Spring 2011 Claire DeRose Kristen McCormick Ashley Serio Brad Stratton Kenneth Saul
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  • Introduction: West Towson Middle School Built: 2011 Population: 950 students Demographics:
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  • Mission of the School Library Media Program: To ensure that students and staff are effective users of ideas and information. The mission is accomplished: by providing intellectual and physical access to materials in all formats by providing instruction to foster competence and stimulate interest in reading, viewing, and using information and ideas by working with other educators to design learning strategies to meet the needs of individual students
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  • Vision Statement: The vision for the West Towson Middle School library media center is: A place where students feel comfortable, safe and promotes student success A place where students can become independent learners A place where students read for enjoyment, learning and personal growth A place where students gain skills to inquire, think critically, draw conclusions, make informed decisions and create new knowledge A place where students work collaboratively in order to share and learn with others A place where the library media specialist teaches information literacy skills and research skills not in isolation but in collaboration with teachers A place where students use and learn Web 2.0 tools and serve the instructional technology needs of students The library media center is an extension of the classroom and the educational hub of the school
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  • Sample of Programs Importance of design Best practices examples: South Carolina Maine Wisconsin K-12 SLMC design College/ academic design Public library facility design
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  • South Carolina Department of Education School Library Media Center Design Considerations and Recommendations Considerations General Design Windows and Doors Shelving Floor Coverings Furnishings
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  • Maine Association of School Libraries Considerations: Location Layout Acoustics Walls Flooring Ceilings Climate Control Electrical Design Communication Networks Furnishings Shelving Environment
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  • Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction Consideration Location Layout Communication Networks Acoustics Size Recommendation Shelving
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  • K-12 School Library Differences Portola Middle School Library/Media Center in El Cerrito, California Archbishop Spalding High School in Severn, Maryland Orchard Elementary School Library Media Center in South Burlington, Vermont Differences Portola Middle School Library/Media Center in El Cerrito, California Archbishop Spalding High School in Severn, Maryland Orchard Elementary School Library Media Center in South Burlington, Vermont
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  • College/ Academic research library Qualifications College of Charleston, South Carolina Learning commons Mesa Community College Library in Arizona
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  • Public Library Differences Seattle Public Library in Washington St. Charles Public Library in Illinois Huntington Beach Public Library in California
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  • Floor Plan Design
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  • Educational Specifications General Specifications: Location The library media center Aligned with the Standards for School Library Media Programs in Maryland Space Allocation Design Considerations General Specifications: Location The library media center Aligned with the Standards for School Library Media Programs in Maryland Space Allocation Design Considerations
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  • Educational Specifications Instructional Spaces Book and student work display Collaboration with classroom teachers Professional Workroom and Materials Teaching and Learning Area Technology and Computer Area Study Area
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  • Educational Specifications Recreational Spaces Reading Listening and viewing Collection Spaces Junior High/ Middle School: A minimum collection of 15,000 library media items. Collection Spaces Junior High/ Middle School: A minimum collection of 15,000 library media items.
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  • Educational Specifications Administrative Spaces: Circulation Desk Reference Desk Storage Room SLMS Office
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  • Environmental Design Elements: Heating/ Air-Conditioning/ Ventilation Lighting Acoustical Considerations Wall Color
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  • Accommodations for Special Learners Structural Requirements Signage Floor Space Furniture Structural Requirements Signage Floor Space Furniture
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  • Relocation and Moving Plans: Before the Move Create a team Share with everyone else involved in the moving process Make a public announcement of the move The media specialist will need to prepare the collection for the move by weeding. The media specialist will also need to take inventory of all the equipment and decide which is no longer used or useable by your patrons such filmstrips or overhead projectors. Order any new equipment and furniture for the new location so that it will be ready for the arrival of your collection.
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  • Relocation and Moving Plans: During the Move It is time to start packaging everything Do a walkthrough of the new space to make sure everything is ready and set up for the arrival of the collection and equipment. Bring equipment and materials in and unpack. Remain flexible because everything will not go according to plan.
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  • Relocation and Moving Plans: After the Move Promote and market the new space once the move is completed.
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  • Signage and Displays: Signage: Questions to ask when deciding on signage Creating signage Meeting ADA Accessibility Guidelines for Buildings and Facilities Emergency Signage Recommendations for West Towson
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  • Signage and Displays: Displays: Why use displays? Entrance of the SLMC Displays: Why use displays? Entrance of the SLMC
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  • Outcomes and Responsibilities: Biggest obstacle for a SLM program to be effective New library potential Roles of the 21 st Century school librarian: leader, instructional partner information specialist teacher program administrator. Member of SIT
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