Mailing List Message #114948
From: Joan K. Lippincott <>
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Subject: LSC Open Conversation #6: Making It Work: Job Descriptions for Library Spaces
Date: Mon, 16 Aug 2021 14:10:35 -0400
Please join me and colleagues Damecia Donahue, Wayne State University, Joe Lucia, Temple University, and Henry Myerberg, HMA2 (architectural firm) for a conversation about library spaces - what we expect of them and how they are changing. See below for the link to the session this Wednesday, September 18 at 4:15pm Eastern; there is no fee to join the Learning Spaces Collaboratory Conversation.
—Joan Lippincott, Associate Executive Director Emerita, CNI

Join us on Wednesday, August 18, 4:15pm – 5:15pm EDT, for LSC Open Conversation #6: Making It Work: Job Descriptions for Library Spaces.
How will the new spaces serve institutional goals for what the learners should become, be recognized for becoming—as individuals and a member of a community of learners?
How will the new spaces serve goals for what the institution should become, be recognized for becoming—by its community of learners and by the communities it serves beyond the campus?
Damecia Donahue, Librarian – Wayne State University
Joan K. Lippincott, Associate Executive Director Emerita – Coalition for Networked Information
Joe Lucia, Dean of Libraries – Temple University
Henry Myerberg, Principal and Founder – HMA2
View report from LSC/CNI Roundtable Libraries as Spaces for Twenty-first Century Learners & Learning
Libraries as Spaces for 21st Century Learners & Learning: Report of an LSC/CNI Roundtable

Charles Library at Temple University
Join Zoom Meeting
Meeting ID: 856 1686 4871
Passcode: 081821
We will be sharing this with our Facebook and LinkedIn community. Please join us in that conversation by sharing an idea for a Job Description for a Library, a Classroom, a Space for Active Learning, an Agora, etc.
Your attention is invited to this upcoming ANFA Symposium, during which you will learn how the use of big data about people's activities in buildings can lead to a scientific understanding of human-building interaction, forming the basis for better architectural design decisions.
The first two LSC Open Conversations also explored questions about interactions between humans and buildings through the lens of biophilia and inclusivity, diversity, and equity.
Be in touch with any questions.
Jeanne L. Narum
Learning Spaces Collaboratory, Principal
(202) 528-0305

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