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The library a public innovation space helsinki 18.3.15

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The library a public innovation space helsinki 18.3.15

  1. 1. The Library - a Public Innovation Space Helsinki March 18th 2015
  2. 2. Knud Schulz • Manager of the Main Library in Aarhus • Daily work focus – transforming the Main Library to “Urban Mediaspace” – Dokk1 • Librarian and Master of Public Management • Mentor/Sponsor INELI (International Network of Emerging Library Innovators) Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation • Member of the client group Urban MediaSpace Aarhus • Global Innovation Model – Faster to Change. Chicago/Aarhus/IDEO/Gates • ksc@aarhus.dk • www.slideshare.net Knud Schulz Helsinki March 2015 apx. 28.000 m2 incl. 18.000 m2 library space 2
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  4. 4. Introduction • 30 minutes = 10 x 3 minutes • Introduction • The change • The values • Design principles • Force to switch thinking • New ways of organizing the space • Partnership • Mental construction • Design thinking • Sum up Knud Schulz Helsinki March 2015 4
  5. 5. Mediaspace: • Main Library and Citizens’ Services: 18.000 m2/190.000 ft2 • Partners and network: 10.000 m2 /100.000 ft2 Automatic parking space: 1000 cars Two new urban harbour squares: 94.000 m2 /1.120.000 ft2 Arrival centre for light rail Uncovering of the river and secure the inner city against flood Traffic regulation App.: 290 mill € Project elements – Urban Mediaspace 5Knud Schulz Helsinki March 2015
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  7. 7. What is a library? • All humans need to innovate themselves and be inspired by meeting knowledge, information og experience • The libraries are the places where the citizen’s will meet inspiration, experience and ideas. Either alone in a shared public space or by meeting other people. • The libraries supports every single citizens possibillity to create change in there own lives through inspiration, social encounter and communities and with an eventuality to contribute to social reform. Knud Schulz Helsinki March 2015 7
  8. 8. Process involving and co-creation with the citizens • The processes with staff and citizens are a part of the change Knud Schulz Helsinki March 2015 8
  9. 9. Phototyping with Staff Marie Ostergard/Dokk1/Aarhus/ Denmark 9Knud Schulz Helsinki March 2015
  10. 10. Prototyping with Tweens Marie Ostergard/Dokk1/Aarhus/ Denmark 10Knud Schulz Helsinki March 2015
  11. 11. Public consultations Knud Schulz Helsinki March 2015 11 media, families, meeting facilities, citizen’s services, CTS, acoustics, logistics, accessibility, indoor climate, administration, kitchen and cafe, wayfinding, visual identity, art, security, facades, materials, design, arrival area, AV/IT, dynamic surfaces, rental spaces, lighting, parking, concert spaces, children’s theater, etc.
  12. 12. Co-creation with the staff Knud Schulz Helsinki March 2015 12
  13. 13. Name and Visual Identity 13Knud Schulz Helsinki March 2015
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  15. 15. year Activity involvement external Internal 2005 Development of vision broad X X 2006 Development of values broad X X 2007 Competition programme broad (X) X 2008 Competition phase narrow X X 2009- 10 Building programme broad X X 2011 Project proposal medium (X) X 2012 Final project narrow X 2013- 14 Interior decoration and furnishing broad X X 2015 Furniture and IT broad X X Co-operative Design Proces Marie Ostergard/Dokk1/Aarhus/ Denmark 15Knud Schulz Helsinki March 2015
  16. 16. 2.The Change Knud Schulz Helsinki March 2015 16
  17. 17. From information that can be found anywhere To What can only be experienced at the library Space for media Space as a media On-line On site Information Meaning Facts Credibility Meeting information Meeting people Knowing Experimenting Visitors Resource person Neutrality Sensing Seriousness Sense of humour Arranged events Things that happen Ivar Moltke, Create The Change 17Knud Schulz Helsinki March 2015
  18. 18. The Knowledge Society • From – libraries for books/medias – industial society • to – libraries for man/human – networked/knowledge society Knud Schulz Helsinki March 2015 18
  19. 19. Knud Schulz Helsinki March 2015 The strategy for changing • The need for rethinking the library • The need for a fusion between physical – virtual • Develop partnerships • Focus on innovation • Get new skills into the library and promote learning in the organization • Force users to dismiss the book as library brand 19
  20. 20. Modern library practice and strategies – means that roles constantly change
  21. 21. 3. The vision and values Knud Schulz Helsinki March 2015 21
  22. 22. Knud Schulz Helsinki March 2015 The Vision • A unique space for co- operation • A place for dialogue, knowledge, ideas and inspiration • An open and informal learning space • A unique place for children People is key factor 22
  23. 23. Knud Schulz Helsinki March 2015 23 Information and Dialogue – DemocracyLAB
  24. 24. Seven Core Values • The Citizen as Key Factor • Lifelong Learning and Unity • Diversity, co-operation and network • Culture and Experience • Bridging Citizen, Technology and Knowledge • Flexible and Professional Organisation • A Sustainable Icon for Aarhus 24Knud Schulz Helsinki March 2015
  25. 25. 4. Design principles Knud Schulz Helsinki March 2015 25
  26. 26. Knud Schulz Helsinki March 2015 26 Three Statements • Last responsible minute for decisions • Inclusion and participation • Interdisciplinary Co-operation  The right team at the right time
  27. 27. Knud Schulz Helsinki March 2015 The library as a space – in the future? • The building supports the needs of the users • The building interacts with the surroundings and environment • The building acts adaptively 27
  28. 28. 5. Force to switch thinking • Use tools , new models, statements Knud Schulz Helsinki March 2015 28
  29. 29. The Public Library of the Knowledge Society D.Skot-Hansen C.H. Rasmussen H. Jochumsen Innovation Reckognition/Experience Empowerment Involvement/Engagement Knud Schulz Helsinki March 2015 29
  30. 30. Makerculture primæry adress performative spaces D.Skot-Hansen C.H. Rasmussen H. Jochumsen Innovation Reckognition/Experience Empowerment Involvement/Engagement Knud Schulz Helsinki March 2015 30 People’sLab
  31. 31. People’s Lab People’s Lab How can libraries work with makerspaces? 31Knud Schulz Helsinki March 2015
  32. 32. Six LabsTechLab Having a maker in residence is powerfull! Cryptoparty, soldering, brush-bots… Valdemar’s hovercraft: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iVi2J_9XZeA&feature=youtu.be 32Knud Schulz Helsinki March 2015
  33. 33. WasteLab Waste-dates, workshops, tinkering… When users become makers. Creativity comes from chaos – stop tidying! Six Labs 33Knud Schulz Helsinki March 2015
  34. 34. People’s Lab DIY = Do it yourself DIT = Do it together If it is broken – fix it! If it is not broken – improve it! SHARE knowledge, premises, tools! CREATE together! Be curious! 34Knud Schulz Helsinki March 2015
  35. 35. Reflections You can work with makerculture without having a makerspace! 35Knud Schulz Helsinki March 2015
  36. 36. Making in Libraries • Contributes to activities that provide public value by stimulating the development of network, skills and innovation • Contributes to the libraries' relationship with its local community • Increases the social value of libraries, as public spaces that bridge between different communities and knowledge domains • Challenges libraries strategic and managerial capacity for innovation 36Knud Schulz Helsinki March 2015 People’s Lab
  37. 37. 6. New ways of defining the functionality • Flexibility is the functionality • Maximize unprogrammed space • Leave the media and mediaformats as the focus point in organizing the space • Focus the human needs og sociality – use the 4 space model Knud Schulz Helsinki March 2015 38
  38. 38. Interior plan finished 4 months before opening Scriptorium Project labs Transformation Lab Study cells Gaming Urban Offices Living Room The Corner CafeMeeting rooms Pop-upsCitizen’s Services Children’s theatre Multi purpose Media RampStories Non-fiction Music The Square Playground Democracity Reception 39Knud Schulz Helsinki March 2015
  39. 39. Dokk1 - Level 2 The stageLearning tweens Tweens lab Children’s Lab The Play Library Dress-up The ”rest”-room 0-3 years 4-8 years Gamer street eatingX2 vintage FAMILIES The Aarhus Room makerspace ITLab Cultural City 2017 40Knud Schulz Helsinki March 2015
  40. 40. 7. Partnership • A strategi for constant change • Renewing the user engagement and ownership • In-flow of competencies to the library Knud Schulz Helsinki March 2015 41
  41. 41. Mapping the network Partnership clusters Knud Schulz Helsinki March 2015 Examples Strategic Partnerships 42
  42. 42. Partner proces Knud Schulz Helsinki March 2015 43
  43. 43. Proces of Interruptions - Internal discussion - Selection of people and groups – who don’t we normally talk to? - Eight group sessions - Tell us about YOUR world - Analyses of findings Knud Schulz Helsinki March 2015 44
  44. 44. Foundation of partnership strategy - A partnership strategy that allows us to be pro-active - Reasons to say no - Branding - Clearer communication with potential partners - Focused partnership work inside organisation Knud Schulz Helsinki March 2015 45
  45. 45. Corner stones of partnerships in Dokk1 - Learning - Stories - Democracity - Community space - The Aarhus Cohorte - Families and Children (experience,play,learning)Knud Schulz Helsinki March 2015 46
  46. 46. Benefit - Citizens – more programmes and services, quality, diversity, target oriented - Partners – communication, accessibility, numbers, outreach - Library – focused outreach, new services, new developments, branding, focused communication to usersKnud Schulz Helsinki March 2015 47
  47. 47. Users are taking the control Knud Schulz Helsinki March 2015 48
  48. 48. 8. Mental construction Knud Schulz Helsinki March 2015 49
  49. 49. Adaptive and innovative supporting spaces • libraries are changing from storing books to supporting citizens’ needs • innovation spaces for local communities Knud Schulz Helsinki March 2015 50
  50. 50. Transformation Lab II Knud Schulz Helsinki March 2015 51
  51. 51. Stageing Dokk1 – mental construction • Create an illusion of the building under construction • Walk in the 3D model • Setting the stage for tests, user operated services, innovations, new designs, incl. elements to be used in the new building • Involve the users in the work • Prepare the citizens • Prepare the staff • Brand the new library Knud Schulz Helsinki March 2015 52
  52. 52. Stageing Dokk1 Mayor + Alderman x 2 Knud Schulz Helsinki March 2015 53
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  54. 54. Testing furnitures for Dokk1 Knud Schulz Helsinki March 2015 55
  55. 55. Knud Schulz Helsinki March 2015 Mental construction • From tradition to transcendence – the users and staff deconstruct ”old knowledge” to create new sense 56
  56. 56. 9. Design thinking Knud Schulz Helsinki March 2015 57
  57. 57. Global innovation model – faster to change • Partnership between – Global Libraries/Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation – Chicago Public Libraries – IDEO – Aarhus Public Libraries Knud Schulz Helsinki March 2015 58
  58. 58. Design Thinking is a mindset, and an intentional process around delivering solutions that create positive impact! 59Knud Schulz Helsinki March 2015
  59. 59. Download: www.designthinkingforlibraries.com 60Knud Schulz Helsinki March 2015
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  61. 61. Learn to work as a designer 62Knud Schulz Helsinki March 2015
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  65. 65. DESIGN THINKING Design thinking is about accelerating innovation to create better solutions to the challenges we meet! 66Knud Schulz Helsinki March 2015
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  67. 67. 10. Summing up • Understand the change • Use values • Define design principles • Force to switch thinking • Test new ways of organizing the space • Partnerships offers unlimited ressources, competencies and ownership • Prepare the users and the staff - mental construction • Use design thinking Knud Schulz Helsinki March 2015 68
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  69. 69. INVITATION TO PARTICIPATE THE INTERNATIONAL OPENING CONTINUING DIALOGUEKnud Schulz Helsinki March 2015 70

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