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1 The JISC/CNI Meeting 2004 Learning Spaces: Components of the Campus Cyberinfrastructure at the Institutional Level Joan K. Lippincott Coalition for Networked Information

2 The JISC/CNI Meeting 2004 Overview Scenario - how are users meeting their information and technology needs? Cyberinfrastructure - what do we need besides the facility Integrated facilities - what kinds of services are incorporated? Collaboration - what does it really mean?

3 The JISC/CNI Meeting 2004 Coalition for Networked Information (CNI) Joint project of ARL and EDUCAUSE Focus on cross-sector collaboration Networked information to advance research and education Institutional membership organization

4 The JISC/CNI Meeting 2004 Scenario: Contemporary American Politics Class A wired classroom at Emory University

5 The JISC/CNI Meeting 2004 A Smart Classroom at Northwestern University

6 The JISC/CNI Meeting 2004 Continuing Classroom Discussion Outside the Classroom Students work together at Jittery Joes in the University of Georgia Student Learning Center.

7 The JISC/CNI Meeting 2004 Wireless connections allow for cooperative projects at Oregon State University

8 The JISC/CNI Meeting 2004 Group Work in the Information Commons University of Arizonas Integrated Learning Center

9 The JISC/CNI Meeting 2004 Emory Universitys Information Commons

10 The JISC/CNI Meeting 2004 University of Southern Californias Leavey Library Information Commons

11 The JISC/CNI Meeting 2004 Ubiquitous Access to Information Residence Halls become information access points at Emory University.

12 The JISC/CNI Meeting 2004 Anywhere, anytime wireless access to information at the University of Maines Farmington campus

13 The JISC/CNI Meeting 2004 Outdoor study space at Valley City State University in North Dakota

14 The JISC/CNI Meeting 2004 Students Producing Multi-Media Projects Students gather to develop a project in Dartmouth Colleges Media Center.

15 The JISC/CNI Meeting 2004 Students and faculty share work space at Vassars Media Cloisters.

16 The JISC/CNI Meeting 2004 Iowa State students share ideas in a design classroom with wireless access.

17 The JISC/CNI Meeting 2004 Wellesley Colleges Knapp Media & Technology Center

18 The JISC/CNI Meeting 2004 Students Presenting Projects in Class Dickinson Colleges electronic classroom allows students to review a variety of projects.

19 The JISC/CNI Meeting 2004 University of Pittsburgh students present research projects.

20 The JISC/CNI Meeting 2004 What does an institution need? A cyberinfrastructure, or seamless teaching, learning, and information environment. User-centered Not silo-centered

21 The JISC/CNI Meeting 2004 The emerging vision is to use cyberinfrastructure to build more ubiquitous, comprehensive digital environments that become interactive and functionally complete for research communities in terms of people, data, information, tools, and instruments that operate at unprecedented levels of computational, storage, and data transfer capacity. Report of the NSF Blue Ribbon Advisory Panel on Cyberinfrastructure

22 The JISC/CNI Meeting 2004 Elements of Institutional Cyberinfrastructure Digital Content People Technology Physical Space

23 The JISC/CNI Meeting 2004 Digital Content Customization and personalization Institutional repositories Cohesive access to information

24 The JISC/CNI Meeting 2004 People Collaboration New types of information professionals Training Information literacy

25 The JISC/CNI Meeting 2004 Technology Network infrastructure Middleware Last mile

26 The JISC/CNI Meeting 2004 Physical Spaces Wired classrooms Wired social spaces Information commons Multi-media production studios Experimental spaces

27 The JISC/CNI Meeting 2004 Planning should encompass All types of spaces Support Information resources Technology infrastructure

28 The JISC/CNI Meeting 2004 Large-scale, Integrative Projects University of Arizona Indiana University University of Georgia University of Southern California Dartmouth University of Chicago

29 The JISC/CNI Meeting 2004 University of Arizonas Integrated Learning Center

30 The JISC/CNI Meeting 2004 University of Arizonas Integrated Learning Center Classrooms Discussion rooms Information Commons Media Resource Center Courtyard

31 The JISC/CNI Meeting 2004

32 Indiana University Information Commons Library reference services IT support and consulting Check out laptops and video equipment Multimedia production lab Training and education classrooms Adaptive Technology Center Writing tutorial services Career reference center

33 The JISC/CNI Meeting 2004

34 University of Georgia Student Learning Center Classrooms Advanced learning labs Reference service points Group study rooms Coffee shop

35 The JISC/CNI Meeting 2004 USC Leavey Library

36 The JISC/CNI Meeting 2004 USC Leavey Library Research and Computing Consultation Collaborative workrooms Group rooms Writing consultation Adaptive Technologies Room

37 The JISC/CNI Meeting 2004 Dartmouth College Baker-Berry Library

38 The JISC/CNI Meeting 2004 Dartmouth Baker/Berry Library Level 1 Information Desk Reference Desk Computing Help Desk Computer Sales and Service Media Production Faculty Academic Computing Center Research and Instruction Services Research and Informatics Learning

39 The JISC/CNI Meeting 2004 University of Chicago USITE/Crerar

40 The JISC/CNI Meeting 2004 University of Chicago Cybercafe Web Stations Apple Multimedia Wall Collaborative Booths Visualization Classroom and Video- Conferencing Facility Teaching Assist. and Computing Asst. Desks

41 The JISC/CNI Meeting 2004 Common Threads Support student learning Support individuals and groups Offer user-centered, one stop shopping Encourage information retrieval and creation

42 The JISC/CNI Meeting 2004 Support student learning Multimedia classrooms Anywhere, anytime information environment Faculty development

43 The JISC/CNI Meeting 2004 Support individuals and groups Individual and group workstations Group project rooms Formal and informal spaces

44 The JISC/CNI Meeting 2004 User-centered, one stop shopping Adjacent or combined service points Service-oriented, not administratively organized web pages

45 The JISC/CNI Meeting 2004 Information retrieval and creation Availability of digital and print resources Availability of staff to answer questions Individual and group workstations for multimedia production Consultation on multimedia resource development

46 The JISC/CNI Meeting 2004 What is the reality of working together cross sectors? Co-location Cooperation Collaboration

47 The JISC/CNI Meeting 2004 Co-location Adjacent service points for the convenience of users Opportunities for informal staff contact cross sectors

48 The JISC/CNI Meeting 2004 Cooperation Joint planning for some issues, such as service hours Establish understandings to minimize overlap in services and to market services Discuss overall services and fill gaps Begin to learn about others expertise

49 The JISC/CNI Meeting 2004 Collaboration Develop shared mission and goals Joint planning Shared governance or administration Pool expertise to develop new services Each contributes resources

50 Think clearly about what you want to accomplish!

51 The JISC/CNI Meeting 2004 Northwestern University 2East The 2East Technology Series is intended for faculty who want to take advantage of the teaching and research capabilities of digital media, course management systems, online archives, advanced visualization technologies, electronic journals, and other emerging technologies.

52 The JISC/CNI Meeting 2004 Located on the second floor of the Vassar College Main Library, the Media Cloisters is a state-of-the-art space for collaborative learning and the exploration of high end technologies. The cloisters serves as the "public sphere" for networked interaction, the gathering place for students, professors, and librarians engaged in planning, evaluating, and reviewing the efforts of research and study utilizing the whole range of technologies of literacy. In this way, the Cloisters channels flows of research, learning and teaching between the increasingly networked world of the library and the intimacy and engagement of our classrooms and other campus spaces. In the Cloisters, course development, class-based projects, and research necessarily become communal, interactive processes, engaging colleagues, students, information specialists, and a networked world of like-minded scholars, artists and media practitioners in active "programming" and explorations.

53 The JISC/CNI Meeting 2004 Indiana University Information Commons Todays great universities provide access to information that will expand teaching and research. IUTS staff, with their expertise in technology, and Librarians and Library staff, with their expertise in information access, worked together to design the IC with the goal of providing students with the services, tools, and the support they need to succeed academically and to prepare them for careers after graduation. Michael McRobbie, VP and CIO

54 The JISC/CNI Meeting 2004 What is your vision?

55 Contact: Joan K. Lippincott For more information, please visit the Collaborative Facilities Web Site Sponsored by Dartmouth College and CNI


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