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Martha Clark
14:04
hi everyone. Martha 11715368
Anita Dwyer
14:16
Anita Dwyer 11678320
Florian Benz
14:18
Florian 11672097
ellen
14:33
Amy Gordon 11301417
Kayla Murray
14:47
Kayla 11595396
Kim Drinkwater
14:48
Kim 11622981
Nova Brown Longhurst
14:48
Nova Brown Longhurst 11709482
Erin Feneck
15:06
Erin 11595905
Will Hilton
15:39
Will 11550349
Evelyn 11641726
16:24
was disconnected, sorry, back again
christinamcleod
16:43
Hi from Chris Mcleod
Deborah Nicklin 11689283
17:05
Hi all
Wyatt Begg Wright
17:23
11678911 wyatt Begg-Wright
Katherine
19:00
Katherine Royle 11710111
Dean Pitts 11613401
21:39
Love the port Macquarie Library Bus
Brigitta Gleeson
21:54
I'm sitting in the Auchmuty right now! :)
christinamcleod
22:24
Wow
Nova Brown Longhurst
22:25
Wow! Sounds like a big job.
Nova Brown Longhurst
24:27
Can I ask, what was the cause for the building being closed? What it to do with structural integrity, building materials or something else that was unsafe with the library for closing it down so quickly? Or was it a natural disaster related issue, like flooding? Or was it a Covid-related closure? What types of emergency plans for collection preservation do you have in place?
Nova Brown Longhurst
26:12
Okay. Asbestos. Highly toxic. Understandable.
Katherine
26:49
Are the 24/7 libraries staffed for the whole time?
christinamcleod
27:00
so is the collection going to be split across the different libraries
Evelyn 11641726
28:26
is it just me?... I've lost sound...
Kim Drinkwater
28:33
is the uni library strategy 2020-2025 avail online to public access?
Shamus O'Loughlin
28:33
yes
christinamcleod
28:34
yes
Nova Brown Longhurst
28:34
I can still hear
Julia Crump
28:36
fine here
REYNOLDSN2P
28:42
fine here
Kim Drinkwater
28:44
thank you
Evelyn 11641726
28:50
brb, relogging thanks
Nova Brown Longhurst
31:07
cool. It makes me think of the flexible study spaces they have been implementing in primary and secondary schools as well in the new learning and educational strategies for future learning.
SARAH Mounsey
31:09
Can you please give us an example of evidence-based improvement. What evidence do you collect?
christinamcleod
33:07
are you also trying to stream line the technology
christinamcleod
35:36
That sounds really interesting. doe you know what program they are using or are they creating the program
Erin Feneck
35:55
What advice would you give to a TL looking to make major changes in their school library if they don't have a 'strategy whisperer' like you? There is no library 'team' at my school, just a lone TL (me) and heaps of busy classroom teachers and execs.
christinamcleod
36:20
It is so much easier that is what I do
guttingere
36:43
Hi Sally, I'm excited that you have handson experience with makerspaces. Could you briefly explain your philosophy beind makerspaces and libraries, and do VR headsets have a part to play there, if yes, have you ever used VR headsets and which ones? Thank you.
Erin Feneck
38:19
Public primary library in a small coastal town...we're all in the same boat
christinamcleod
38:32
Sorry as an old coder I was just interested about if their were making it from scratch
Erin Feneck
39:17
Thank you :)
christinamcleod
39:29
Do you have a lot of students use the maker space
Kim Drinkwater
40:06
Sally what Library management system does the libraries use
Nova Brown Longhurst
40:30
Students, procrastinating…never…lol.
christinamcleod
40:45
Ok it is smaller than I thought
Julia Crump
41:04
I would love a maker space in our primary school library.
christinamcleod
41:27
So do you intergrade sera with other programs
Trisha Templeton
41:30
we have a makerspace section on a trolley in our library - means we can wheel it around as needed.
christinamcleod
42:05
I have a maker space but still getting students interested
Dean Pitts 11613401
43:51
So these group members work in these groups as well as their specific library tasks and duties?
Brigitta Gleeson
44:10
Erin - I'm lucky enough to work in a diocese where we have been allocated a mentor to guide us as a collective group and we meet regularly to collaborate/share ideas etc. I feel for you attempting change on your own so will direct message you my email - feel free to contact me at any time :)
Kim Drinkwater
45:44
how do you market the libraries and services to staff and students
Dean Pitts 11613401
46:35
I’m fascinated with this grouping idea. So teams are more about the daily library tasks and duties and the groups kind of work to develop the bigger picture ideas. Is that kind of right?
Katherine
46:41
Sounds like a nice environment to work in :)
Anita Dwyer
46:52
How do you go about looking at customer service within these groups/teams? Is it a focus of the library?
Penny Chan 11676291
46:54
Those communities of practice (and workplace culture) sound awesome! What's one particular skill / perspective / idea that you've come away with?
guttingere
47:29
Could you briefly explain your philosophy beind makerspaces and libraries, and do VR headsets have a part to play there, if yes, have you ever used VR headsets and which ones?
Alicia 11723266
47:40
dissolved is the word you are looking for
Pete 11168563
48:42
was interested to hear that you had a UX group. There has been a view that University students (along with society generally) are accessing info/services on mobilie devices. Has the library done anything different to address this specifically?
christinamcleod
48:45
Do you have Teacher librarians
Louise O'Toole 11653384
49:01
Do you find that students tend to use the makerspace for short or longer-term projects? For long term projects are they able to store them within or near the space, and if so do you have any recommendations when space is limited?
REYNOLDSN2P
49:25
Fantastic to have staff with IT background integrated into library environment.
SARAH Mounsey
50:31
You mentioned an intern will be doing some quantative research on how students use the library space. What other evaluation tools do you use? Do you find any of the problematic?
Anita Dwyer
51:11
So do we. It’s all about One Library.
christinamcleod
51:20
That sounds great
Kim Drinkwater
55:22
so the academics of DPI and University academics research and collaborate together? and DPI& TAAFE also has access to library and services
Dean Pitts 11613401
55:48
How do staff find the shared environment at Ourimbah? Are there different needs for University students as opposed to TAFE and College students?
SARAH Mounsey
58:32
I know that feeling! COVID has meant longer delays on everything being delivered.
Alicia 11723266
58:59
feet on furniture is a bit gross, BUT, it does go to show that the students are comfortable in the area at least
Kim Drinkwater
59:57
do all library staff do chat shifts
Cate Ryan 11727480
59:58
You mentioned a special collection, what sort of books?
Dean Pitts 11613401
01:00:09
Can you elaborate on what you mean by change management?
Pete 11168563
01:00:36
Sally, are there any photos of the maker space online that we can see? Also what skills have staff required to run the maker space and how did they acquire those?
Penny Chan 11676291
01:01:15
In your experience, what was the most challenging aspect of the restructure? What advice would you give other librarians making a business case for securing funding for more ongoing contracts? (It's fantastic to hear the library team has grown again post-restructure! :D )
Penny Chan 11676291
01:01:46
(And advice on other business cases in general - it seems like a tricky challenge ... !)
Alicia 11723266
01:01:58
What would you say the most popular 'area' or equipment in the makerspace is?
Nova Brown Longhurst
01:02:00
Sounds like a great space to work in as well Sally. Thanks for that mini talk.
Lilian F 11710817
01:02:09
What’s the most common question asked at the reference desks?
christinamcleod
01:04:42
or exposed to
christinamcleod
01:05:26
I work at a high school they are great for your learning
Gabi
01:07:48
Accessibility?
Alicia 11723266
01:07:54
usability and accessibility?
Catherine 11722992
01:08:08
compatibility?
christinamcleod
01:08:23
The user interface and user experience work well
christinamcleod
01:10:35
Do parsons ask for help with the equipment in the makerspace or do and training exercise on how to use the equipment
Alicia 11723266
01:13:19
Thank you so much Sally!
Erin Feneck
01:13:20
Thank you!
Justine Cook
01:13:21
Thank you
Janet M 11734384
01:13:22
Thanks, that was really interesting
Brigitta Gleeson
01:13:22
Thank you so much Sally!
Nova Brown Longhurst
01:13:25
That was very informative, thank you Sally.
# Nicole Harker
01:13:26
Thank you Sally!
Adrian Pua 11717664
01:13:26
Thanks Sally!
Catherine 11722992
01:13:27
Thank you Sally - very interesting!
Penny Chan 11676291
01:13:28
Thanks so much!
Louise Brown 11710786
01:13:28
Thanks Sally :)
guttingere
01:13:28
Thank you Sally!
Isabel Palm 11737164
01:13:29
Thank you!
Joanna 11722483
01:13:29
Thank you
Lilian F 11710817
01:13:29
Thanks Sally!
Alison 11680936
01:13:29
Thank you
Annelise 11724433
01:13:30
thanks Sally
Dean Pitts 11613401
01:13:31
Thanks so much Sally. That was great.
christinamcleod
01:13:31
Thank you Sally
REYNOLDSN2P
01:13:32
Thanks so much Sally
Deborah Nicklin 11689283
01:13:33
Thank you so much .
guttingere
01:13:34
Thank you Liz and Asim!
Hayley 11724911
01:13:34
Thank you Sally!
Sally Wentriro
01:13:35
Thanks sally - energy and enthusiasm is inspiring!
sam stenning
01:13:35
Thank you Sally!!
Jacinta 11725044
01:13:37
Thank you!
Curtis Dray
01:13:37
Thanks Sally!
Julia Crump
01:13:37
Thank you Sally
Lisa Jackson 11690046
01:13:38
So interesting - thanks Sally
Anita Dwyer
01:13:41
Thank you!
Sherrell Miller
01:13:41
thank you Sally
Asha Neil
01:13:42
Thanks so much Sally!
Katrina Singh 11726670
01:13:43
Thanks so much Sally
Megan Murphy
01:13:43
Thank you
Nova Brown Longhurst
01:13:44
Great end to the study visits cheers.
Robyn Peterson 11727540
01:13:44
Thank you Sally, Liz and Asim!
Curtis Dray
01:13:45
Thanks Liz and Asim!
Louise O'Toole 11653384
01:13:45
Thank you
Shamus O'Loughlin
01:13:46
Thank you
Kim Drinkwater
01:13:46
Sally thank you - that was so informative and enjoyable