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AGENDA
  • Overview of Building Plans
  • Status of Library Extension
  • Learning Commons
    • Introduction
    • Detailed Plan (Goudie)
    • A/V Production Spaces (PTC)
    • Summary
  • Interaction / Feedback
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Seating Statistics

Students

  • As of Jan 2010: 9,515
  • 334 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)
extension statistics 2
Extension Statistics (2)
  • To maximize study space – allocate entire 17% increase

Re-allocation of Existing Space

      • ALL 1800 m2 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
        • 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 enhancements
learning commons concepts
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
learning commons features
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
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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
learning commons

Learning Commons

Proposal submitted to University – Approved

Submitted to UGC for funding – Approved

Consulting with users – rapid implementation

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Learning Commons

Designers from GOUDIEASSOCIATES

Glenn Aquino

Kayleigh Dickson

Anthony Luk

Ray Yeung

Rubia Tang

learning commons audio video production
Learning CommonsAudio/Video Production

PTC – Publishing Technology Center

Thomas Ng

learning commons participants partners
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…

learning commons timeline
Learning Commons Timeline

* All time schedules are subject to change depending on circumstances

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Seating Statistics

Seats

  • Current seats : 2,125
  • With Extension: 2,360
    • 11% increase
    • In the same amount of space
  • With Learning Commons: 2,830
    • 33% increase

Students

  • As of Jan 2010: 9,515
  • 334 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!
campus users feedback
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 2010
  • 27 September 2010

Surveys + Polls

Blog Posts planned for different areas – open for comments

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Campus / Users – Feedback

Library Blog

http://library.ust.hk/blog/

  • Post feedback on Learning Commons entries

Library Building forums

http://library.ust.hk/blog/forum/

  • Post ideas/suggestions
  • Tell us what to avoid
  • Tell us your priorities
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Campus / Users – Feedback
  • Traditional routes
    • By e-mail : [email protected]
    • By post : University Library, HKUST, Clear Water Bay, Kowloon
    • In person : Contact / Talk to any BFMC members
b uilding f acilities and m anagement c ommittee bfmc
Building Facilities and Management Committee (BFMC)
  • Edward Spodick (Chair)
  • Samson Soong
  • Diana Chan
  • Louisa Kwok
  • KT Lam
  • Alice Ho
  • Edwin Leung
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We have staff taking notes so we don’t miss any of your thoughts or suggestions.

Clarifications?

Questions? Ideas?

Needs? Criticisms?

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