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  • 1.Facility Design Project Towson UniversityISTC 601: Library Media Administration Dr. C. Cheeks, InstructorDecember18, 2008 Design Team:Bonuccelli, DeirdreCoates, CynthiaCrocheron, CarlaKnieriem, Eileen Simmons-Taylor, JessieThomas, Pamela

2. Samples of Programs

  • Justification
    • Beautiful facility
    • Opened for 1999-2000 school year
    • Lacks functionality
    • Meets standards?

3. FacilityGuidelines : Areas of LMC

  • PGCPS Process Guide
    • Main Class
    • Conference
    • Listening and Viewing
    • Media Production/Studio
    • Storage
    • Office and/or Work
    • Professional Reading
    • Stack
  • Standards for SLM Programs in Md and Facilities Guidelines for LM Programs
    • Study and Research Area
    • Informal Reading Area
    • Instructional Area
    • Production and Group Project
    • Administrative

4. Floor Plan Considerations

  • Access points
  • Technology connectivity
  • Stationary/ wireless access
  • Visual supervision
  • Technical integration
  • Small group areas
  • Instructional area

5. Sample Programs

  • Flexibility
  • in
  • Design

6. Sample Programs

  • School Example
  • Wisconsin :Standards
    • Layout
      • Reference
      • Story telling
      • Instructional
      • Reading
      • Production
      • Storage
      • Conference
      • Office
  • Maine :Considerations
      • Single story, ground
      • Accessibility to all points of school
      • ADA regulations
      • Acoustics
      • Flexibility
      • Population growth
      • Community access

7. Sample Programs

  • Texas
    • Six Standards: Learner Centered.
      • Teaching and Learning
      • Program Leadership and Management
      • Technology and Information Access
      • Library Environment
      • Connections to Community
      • Information Science and Librarianship

8. Sample Programs

  • Georgia-
      • Carroll County, Central High School
      • Fast-growing school district about 50 miles west of Atlanta.
      • Charrette indicated architects did not meet educational requirements
      • Purpose of Library

9. Sample Programs

  • An Architect needs to..
    • listen carefully
    • visit other libraries with a LMS
    • understand LMS is the expert on library programs and functions
    • understand program is driving force of facility layout
    • be flexible

10. Floor Plan Design Before Actual Blueprint 11. Floor Plan: Before 12. Floor Plan Design Before

  • Welcome to Judge Sylvania W. Woods, Sr. Elementary Library Media Center

13. Floor Plan Design Before At Entrance: Circulation Desk and Instructional Area 14. Floor Plan Design Before Left of Entrance 15. Floor Plan Design Before

  • Circulation Desk, Instructional Area, Other teaching areas not related to Media Center

16. Floor Plan Design Before

  • Left of entrance, behind circulation desk

17. Floor Plan Design Before

  • Shelving to right of entrance

18. Floor Plan Design Before

  • Shelving and doors to office, crisis center, storage area, head room

19. Floor Plan Design Before

  • Office windows, shelving

20. Floor Plan Design Before

  • Looking across Media Center from office hallway. Door on right goes to two classrooms. Door on left goes to the listening area.

21. Floor Plan Design Before

  • Outside view of the Storytelling Area

22. Floor Plan Design Before

  • Inside view of the Storytelling Area

23. Floor Plan Design Before

  • Shelving along
  • the section next to Storytelling Area

24. Floor Plan Design Before

  • View of the ceiling: 100% skylight

25. School Profile

  • History
    • Opened doors fall 1999
    • Dodge Park students merged there
    • Dodge Park closed, then renovated
    • Judge Woods students moved back

26. School Profile

  • Demographics
    • Enrollment592 students
    • Grades HS - 6 th
    • CSEP program with enrollment of 51 students in grades K -6
    • MEANS program in 2nd and 3rd grade with an enrollment of 29 students.
    • An Americas Choice school

27. Educational Specifications

  • Space Standards
  • Safety Measures
    • Flooring
    • Power requirements
    • Wall paint
    • Flexible shelving

28. Furniture:Teen Reading Area Lunar Lounger Lunar Lounger Black With Silver Frame Funky Camo Carpets 29. Furniture: Pre-K Room Royal Seating Prima Stack Chairs Royal Seating Prima Color-banded Tables Animal Friends Seating 30. Furniture:Storytelling Area Glider Rocker 31. Furniture: Main Area Community Edwards Library Tables Community 2-position and 3-position Chairs 32. Furniture: Main Area MODULAR CIRCULATION DESKS Some modular units are wheelchair accessible . Eurotech Executive Chairs 33. Furniture: Career Room Plus Sofas Plus Chairs Fabric Selection:Slideshow Blueprint 34. Furniture for Technology Ergonomically Correct Chairs 35. Furniture for Technology Ergonomically Correct Workstation 36. iMacs 37. Aesthetics 38. Wireless LAN 39. Laptop Tray and Footrest 40. Environmental Design

  • Elements
    • Thermal
    • Lighting
      • Natural light is prominent
    • Electrical
      • Determining power capabilities
        • Step1:how many amps you will be running
        • Step 2: calculate total number of amps per powered series
        • Step 3: divide by 16
        • Step 4: this equals number of circuits you require
        • Step 5: Repeat steps 1-4 for each powered series
    • Acoustics
    • Color

41. Environmental Design

    • Acoustics
    • Color
    • What mood do you want to create?
    • Which colors will help you achieve thatmood?
    • http://freshome.com/2007/04/17/room-color-and-how-it-affects-your-mood/

42. Environmental Design

  • GREEN
    • Mid to light- relaxing and peaceful.
  • BLUE
    • Mid to deep -instills feelings of trust, expansiveness and confidence
    • brings down blood pressure and slows respiration and heart rate.
  • RED
    • invokes feelings of power, fire, alarm, danger and emergency.
    • raises a rooms energy leve