Loading…
This event has ended. View the official site or create your own event → Check it out
This event has ended. Create your own
View analytic
Thursday, March 19 • 2:15pm - 3:45pm
Rethinking and Revising Learning Spaces in the Library

Sign up or log in to save this to your schedule and see who's attending!

What do the study spaces in your library look like? Have they adapted to meet the changing work habits of students? Learn how two high school media centers and a university library adapted their student study and learning spaces.

Media Specialists Lisa Gearman and Sara Swenson share their journeys to reinvent learning spaces in two different high schools. Academic librarians Brooke Cox and Caroline Gilson will discuss how DePauw University Libraries addressed planning, adapting and assessing library study spaces to meet student needs. We will provide practical advice on design possibilities that can be scaled and tweaked for any library space or budget. There will be time for Q & A with the presenters and hands-on brainstorming and planning.

Speakers
avatar for Brooke Cox

Brooke Cox

Systems Librarian, DePauw University Libraries
Brooke Cox is the Systems Librarian at DePauw University in Greencastle, IN where she oversees the ILS, web site and digital library program, which includes the institutional repository and a variety of image collections from the University Archives and Art Galleries.  Having transitioned from managing the visual resource center in the art department to overseeing library systems more broadly her passion remains images and making them both... Read More →
avatar for Lisa Gearman

Lisa Gearman

Information Innovation Learning Specialist, Chaska High School/Eastern Carver County
Interested in library spaces, Twitter for PLNs, Google Apps & Chromebooks, 12-13 bridge, and BOOKS! @learnerlisa1 or @CHSMedia
avatar for Caroline Gilson

Caroline Gilson

Associate Dean of Libraries and Coordinator, Prevo Science Library, DePauw University
avatar for Sara Swenson

Sara Swenson

Media Specialist, Edina Public Schools
Sara Swenson's first library love was the children's room of the Carnegie built Stillwater Public Library. As the librarian/media specialist at Edina High School she endeavors to share her passion for reading with students (read anytime, anywhere and anything!) and also teach them to be smart researchers. Sara is a national board certified teacher. Each fall she presents at "Booked for the Evening," a review of the best books for the year... Read More →


Thursday March 19, 2015 2:15pm - 3:45pm
Library, Harmon Room

Attendees (59)