Library Facility Design • Managing Library Redesigns
Activity: Documenting Change

In "Stepping Up. Using Research & Data to Improve Advocacy," Deborah Rinio describes effective ways to showcase what's happening in the library to stakeholders. This kind of communication can help you promote the benefits that result from any library redesign, big or small. Read Rinio's article blow and then complete the reflection activity to begin applying the concepts to your library.

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REFLECT & PRACTICE:

Use the form above to apply Rinio's ideas to your own planning. How you will document the changes in your library before and after the redesign. What questions are important to ask? What data do you need to collect? How can you present the information visually? What terminology and phrasing will you use to share your data effectively?

MLA Citation Editorial Team, SLC. "Library Facility Design: Documenting Change." School Library Connection, November 2018, schoollibraryconnection.com/Home/Display/2171566?learningModuleId=2170983&childId=2172017&tab=1&topicCenterId=1955261.

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