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2 Building Facilities and Management Committee (BFMC) Edward Spodick (Chair) Samson Soong Diana Chan Louisa Kwok KT Lam Alice Ho Edwin Leung

3 Library Building Plans Extension

4 Extension Floors + Existing Floors

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6 Students As of Jan 2010: 9, implementation: +1,850 UGs ( plus more overseas and self-financed program students ) 19 % increase Library Space Existing Library : 10,550 m² Extension : 1,800 m² 17% increase (a need for efficiency)

7 To maximize study space – allocate entire 17% increase Re-allocation of Existing Space ALL 1800 m 2 are to be used for learning/study space Propose a Campus Learning Commons – on LG1 No additional shelving space Requires some off-site/off-campus storage/shelving Eventually the Joint University Research Archive (JURA) We will swap some existing spaces between the current and new Media Resources Some Shelving Learning Space creation in the existing building 3 Floors expanded (LG1, LG3, LG4) Some G/F space enhancement

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9 LG1 Media Resources

10 LG3 Shelving Plan

11 LG4 Furniture plan

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13 Learning Commons – Concepts technology-rich environment integrated hub of student services provided by different university units a variety of space design for collaborative learning space for meetings, seminars, tutorials, and the likes presentation support services and facilities venues for electronic learning and teaching social and refreshment areas

14 Learning Commons – Features User-friendly learning hub where students and faculty can find supportive services provided by academic support units. Services may cover: writing support, in the form of consultation, tutorials or workshops development and preparation for classroom and conference presentations support on computer hardware, software, and other technology-related issues syllabus creation and concepts relating to pedagogy, teaching skills and technology enhancement

15 Learning Commons – Features User-friendly learning hub where students and faculty can find supportive services provided by academic support units. Services may cover: media creation, digitization, production and workshop webinars and learning-focused videoconferencing student issues that directly affect learning, e.g. career development and counseling anything appropriate to support unit missions and student needs

16 Learning Commons Proposal submitted to University – Approved Submitted to University Grants Committee for funding – Approved Consulting with users – rapid implementation

17 Learning Commons – Zoning

18 Learning Commons – Flow

19 Learning Commons Participants/Partners Services of the Learning Commons will be provided in a way that builds on the strengths of various academic support units, including: Center for Enhanced Learning and Teaching (CELT) Information Technology Services Center (ITSC) Language Centre (LANG) Library (LIB) Publishing Technology Center (PTC) Student Affairs Office (SAO) And others…

20 Learning Commons – Staffing In order to accomplish the goals, specific minimal staffing needs will be met: Learning Commons Coordinator Significant additional student helper hours Security officers for after-hours operation Additional requirements will be driven by user demand

21 Library Projects Timeline DateEvent Jan-Apr 2010Developed Learning Commons concept document Apr 2010Consult with users on Library Extension design May 2010Learning Commons concept document approved by CDAC June 2010Began to design the Learning Commons floor plans Sept 2010Consult with users on Learning Commons design Select library materials to be moved to off-site storage Oct 2010Complete extension & obtain occupancy permit from government Oct-Dec 2010Demolish walls and connect extension to existing building Dec 2010 – Feb 2011Move library materials to staging area Demolition and construction for glass walls enclosing LG1 void for LC Mar-Apr 2011Vacate LG1 Finalize Learning Commons floor plans Apr-Aug 2011Create the Learning Commons Aug-Sep 2011Finalize Learning Commons operating Plan Open the Learning Commons Late Move library materials from staging area to storage (when ready) * All time schedules are subject to change depending on circumstances

22 Students As of Jan 2010: 9, implementation: +1,850 UGs ( plus more overseas and self-financed program students ) 19 % increase Library Space Existing Library : 10,550 m² Extension : 1,800 m² 17% increase (a need for efficiency) ALL for the Learning Commons! Seats (estimates) Current seats : 2,100 With Extension: 2,450 17% increase In the same amount of space Maintain adequate white space With Learning Commons: 2,900 38% increase

23 Campus / Users – Feedback Focus Groups 15–17 March 2010 Academic Support Units Obtained feedback from SAO, LANG, ITSC, CELT, PTC, etc. Student Union 12 April 2010 Open forums 15 April September 2010 Surveys + Polls Blog Posts for different areas – open for comments

24 Campus / Users – Feedback Library Blog Post feedback on Learning Commons entries Library Building forums Post ideas/suggestions Tell us what to avoid Tell us your priorities

25 Campus / Users – Feedback Traditional routes By By post : University Library, HKUST, Clear Water Bay, Kowloon In person : Contact / Talk to any BFMC members

26 Campus / Users – Feedback Furniture Samples Area As tenders come back, samples are obtained. A space was set up for Samples. We collected user feedback. For the Extension and the Learning Commons

27 Learning Commons Proposed Layout

28 E-Learning Classrooms & Flexible Tutorial Spaces

29 Media Production Spaces

30 Group Study Rooms

31 Group Study Area

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34 Atrium Study Area

35 Refreshment Zone


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