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Planning Collaborative Spaces in Libraries ACRL/CNI Preconference June 20, 2003 Barbara Dewey Betsy Wilson.

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1 Planning Collaborative Spaces in Libraries ACRL/CNI Preconference June 20, 2003 Barbara Dewey Betsy Wilson

2 Preliminaries Agenda Goals Packet Make yourself at home Make it worth your while

3 Collaborate… Or Die

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5 Information Literacy as a Liberal Art Tool literacy Resource literacy Social-structural literacy Research literacy Publishing literacy Emerging technology literacy Critical literacy (Shapiro and Hughes, 1996)

6 Changing Pedagogies Transformation of passive modalities and isolated learning to approaches that involve joint intellectual effort The implications for space?

7 Collaborative Stewardship? Collaboration in space management Move from ownership to stewardship

8 The Nature of Design Linear, morphological processes Not a formal affair, but a social process

9 Collaboration Meets Design

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11 Collaboratory The collaboratory is envisioned as an advanced, distributed infrastructure which would use multimedia information technology to relax the constraints on distance, time and even reality. It would support and enhance intellectual teamwork in both research and teaching. In fact, there is growing consensus that the next major paradigm shift in computing is in the direction of the collaboratory and that not only research but also a vast array of human team activities in commerce, education, and the arts would be supported by variations of this vision. (Lederberg 1989)

12 Symbiotic relationships Synergistic outcomes

13 The Trends are Clear Co-location Collaboration Creation

14 Whats your IQ? Institutional Quotient Readiness for collaborative space

15 Table Talk Talk amongst yourselves

16 The Unnatural Act of Collaboration Understanding culture Shared vocabulary and vision Set of skills Beyond barriers Hard work Fragile

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18 Vision and Relationships Commitment of organizations and leaders New mission and goals Not mush

19 Structure, Responsibilities, and Communication New structure More comprehensive planning Many levels of communication MOUs and the like

20 Authority and Accountability Determined by the collaboration Leadership is dispersed Control is shared Equal risk

21 Resources and Rewards Pooled resources Share credit Magnifies resources

22 Collaboration and Agility Evolving roles Experimental Iterative and nimble

23 Collaboration and People Cross-section of contributors, not a single personality Mutual trust, respect, mentoring, and humor Sustaining espirit de corps

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26 Lessons Learned Collaborative design is complex Continuous organizational development Cultural transformation Invest in people Relationships are key There will be bumps in the road

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28 Is collaboration worth it? Ya sure, ya betcha!

29 Comments and reflections

30 Over to Barbara Your Virtual Tour Guide


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