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Saturday, June 23 - 10:00am

10:30am - 12:00pm
Building Libraries for the Future - Best Practices from East Asia Program Hilton Anaheim
Capistrano
Description :

Practitioners and scholars froom China, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Korea, or Japan to present, share, and exchange the best practices.

Interests :
10:30am - 12:00pm
Emerging Library Space Program Hilton Anaheim
Pacific B
Description :

The role of the library to serve as cultural hub continues to transform and expand the functional relationships of physical + virtual spaces. Increasingly, access to the library anywhere, anytime, on a computer or a mobile device is a dynamic event, requiring a vibrant space. The rise of the mixed use library generates a new set of considerations for programming, planning and operations.

How do you apply planning metrics for library space? What metrics work for long and short term planning? What areas need to change in response to these new models? How should libraries adapt their facilities to address considerations of identity, integration, and territory?

This program will consist of a moderated panel / discussion with 4 emerging library professionals: 2 public and 2 academic. This will be followed by a summary of planning principles. Participants are invited to submit, in advance or at the session, library facility projects under consideration by their communities/ institutions so that a comprehensive list of hybrids can be captured for use in future exploration of this topic.

10:30am - 12:00pm
Fusion Libraries: New Models for New Times Program Hilton Anaheim
California B
Description :

By incorporating new and more diverse collaborations and programs, libraries are blurring boundaries between information, culture and daily life. “Fusion” library facilities, functioning as community and academic hubs, have demanded new planning parameters to address identity, integration, and territory. This panel discussion of academic and public libraries will illustrate planning strategies and the operational considerations that shaped them. Following the panel, Sandbox sessions will provide opportunities for in‐depth discussions with Fusion Library representatives.

10:30am - 12:00pm
Rethink & Re-envison: Dynamic Redesigns of Existing Spaces Program Anaheim Convention Center
207A
Description :

Today's successful libraries are the hub of the community. In a common space they bring together users, materials, technology, collaboration and meeting areas, and offer quiet as well as social spaces. This program is geared to forward-thinking librarians who wish to create thriving 21st century libraries with building new. Participants will hear first hand experiences from a panel of experts that include alternatives for addressing library trends and challenges when revamping and redesigning existing spaces.

Saturday, June 23 - 1:00pm

1:30pm - 3:30pm
Think, Create, Share, Grow: Setting the Stage for Collaborative Inquiry Program Anaheim Marriott
Orange County Salon 1-2
Description :

"We don't so much create our space, as our space creates us." (Churchill)

Learning environments must be designed to support inquiry and the development of skills, responsibilities, dispositions and self-assessment strategies that students need for success. The implementation of L4L requires several levels of collaboration between instructors and students. The school library is one of the few large spaces filled with resources where users can meet, plan and collaborate on learning objectives. Let’s explore it."

Saturday, June 23 - 4:00pm

4:00pm - 5:30pm
Edward G. Holley Memorial Lecture (LHRT) Program Anaheim Convention Center
206A
Description :

The Edward G. Holley Lecture is a presentation on library history from a scholar outside of the library history field.

Architectural historian Abigail Van Slyck looks closely at the Carnegie libraries in New Zealand, asking how libraries—their physical spaces as well as their collections—helped sustain an imagined community called the Anglo-Saxon race.

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Sunday, June 24 - 8:00am

8:00am - 10:00am
LEED for All Libraries Program Hilton Anaheim
Huntington
Description :

LEED is an international standard that addresses the sustainability of the built environment in which we operate. Learn about the basic parts of the standard, how it might apply to your library, and why it is essential for all libraries to consider. Learn about simple and complex changes that will support sustainability efforts at your library, regardless of type

8:00am - 10:00am
STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math): Building an Interactive Library / Museum Space for Kids Program Hilton Anaheim
California B
Description :

A case study of the partnership between the Queens Library and the Exploratorium. How to bring children and science together in a fun and hand-on environment.

8:00am - 10:00am
Where the Wild Things Are: Children's Discovery & Learning Spaces Program Hilton Anaheim
Pacific B
Description :

This program will review how public librarians have changed children’s library spaces. Increasingly they are no longer children’s book collections and children’s story hours, and instead have become destinations for children and their caregivers for discovery, play and learning. Three nationally known experts on these transformations will describe how to create discovery and learning spaces in libraries and how to outfit them. Time will be provided for questions and answers.

Sunday, June 24 - 10:00am

10:30am - 12:00pm
Evolving Library Spaces Program Hilton Anaheim
Laguna A
Description :

This program lays the groundwork for library planning standards through unique exercises that include group activities related to library standards, measurements, funding and advocacy. Participants are offered the opportunity to experience the initial steps of planning and are given the chance to research library planning standards that can make or break a project. This program is for academic librarians, educators, K-12 school librarians, special and public librarians.

10:30am - 12:00pm
The Library: Moving Beyond Community Living Room Program Hilton Anaheim
Palos Verdes
Description :

As the concept of library as “community living room” or “learning commons” has firmly taken hold, the definition of Library has expanded in the public’s mind. Library buildings are increasingly housing many amenities that on the surface appear unrelated to traditional libraries. Join us in a discussion about these spaces, why they are intrinsically related to library missions today, and how libraries are incorporating them into their facilities.

Sunday, June 24 - 1:00pm

1:30pm - 3:30pm
Emerging Library Space Type -- "The Evolving Learning Commons - Children, Teens and Families" Program Hilton Anaheim
Laguna A
Description :

This program focuses on the evolving concept of the "Learning Commons." After an introduction of the examples and best practices of a Learning Commons, we will engage in a series of group exercises to plan, design and evaluate a Learning Commons for a library of your choice. Workshop attendees will develop understanding of the facility development process. This program is for public librarians, educators, K-12 school librarians, special and academic librarians.

1:30pm - 3:30pm
Top Library Building Trends Program Disneyland Hotel
Magic Kingdom Ballroom 2
Description :

A panel of architects, librarians and consultants will provide an overview of new and exciting ideas in planning public and academic library facilities.

Topics will include the rethinking of spaces for services, new building design and other “must have” items to keep your library up-to-date.

Each panelist will provide a brief presentation with slides. The entire panel will then field questions as a team from the audience.

Monday, June 25 - 1:00pm

1:30pm - 3:30pm
Digital Bridge to Somewhere: Take 2 Program Anaheim Marriott
Elite Ballrooms
Description :

Panelists with deep experience in library planning, design and administration, along with representatives of the information collection, dissemination and publishing industry, will explore the impact of technology and electronic content delivery on the library's physical and administrative future. Different points-of-view will be explored so that attendees can understand the shifts needed in library planning and what impact they may have on their respective libraries.