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Engaging Campus Constituents. Using Partnerships to Increase Behavior Modification Awareness & Action. Haley McMinn, Assistant Director of Sustainability Sarah Mangrum , Circulation Librarian. Overview

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engaging campus constituents

Engaging Campus Constituents

Using Partnerships to Increase Behavior Modification Awareness & Action

Haley McMinn, Assistant Director of Sustainability

Sarah Mangrum, Circulation Librarian

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Overview

    • A Partnership with the Office of Sustainability and University Libraries was formed in order to increase awareness of sustainable practices through a phased behavior modification pilot study.
    • The main focus of the study was energy and resource management that was implemented in a three phase process in order to target library employees, the campus community, and increased education.
    • Results of the study are the pre-curser for implementing a green office certification marketing campaign.
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Cook Library

    • Hybrid Building
      • Houses academic and auxiliary services
    • Largest public computing area on campus
    • Most operational hours
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Phase One

  • Concentrated on employees working within Cook Library
  • Educational tools focused on:
    • Recycling
    • Lighting
    • Computer Energy
  • Information was disseminated through Library administration, department heads, list servs and social media
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Phase Two

  • Public Computing Power-down campaign
    • All public computers remotely powered down after closing. Select few scheduled to boot up 10 minutes prior to opening.
    • Energy settings checked for consistency
    • Signage placed among public computers
  • Continued Educational outreach:
    • Library sustainable practices and operations
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Phase Three

  • Concentrated on increased education to the campus community
  • Increased web and social media presence
    • “Did You Know” and “Sustainability Digest” were made publicly available
    • Instructional videos
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Survey Assessment

  • Pre and Post surveys measured awareness, engagement, challenges, and preferred communication channels.
  • Key Findings
    • Statistically, energy management was the number 1 concern of all campus constituents
    • 4.1% increase in regards to turning lights off
    • 8% increase in regards to powering down computer equipment
    • Slight increase in people using natural light and a slight decrease in people using overhead lighting during working hours
    • Increased awareness of sustainable library services
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Energy Consumption Assessment

  • Compared historical energy usage data from 2012 to 2013.
  • Due to renovations, Cook Library is run off of two meters.
  • Key Findings
    • Phase One brought a decrease of 1,560 kwh in the meter that measures the majority of the faculty/staff equipment.
    • Phase Two had a net decrease of 2,500 kwh
    • Phase Three had a large net increase
      • Inconclusive due to the large number of computers that were added in the fall of 2012 and HVAC system problems that were out of the scope of this project
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Closing and Moving Forward

  • Challenges
    • Dual meters
    • Change
  • Future plans
    • Green Office Certification Marketing Campaign
    • Continued monitoring of energy usage for the power down campaign
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Better collaborations yield stronger solutions!

  • Haley.McMinn@usm.edu
  • Sarah.Mangrum@usm.edu