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SWINBURNE LIBRARY MEDIA CENTRE IN TIME TO THE 2030


Propose •

give a new idea and new suggestions for Swinburne Library in time to the 2030

looks to grow the network by tailoring any future development also network technologies

configuration/extension of services to better and more sustainable

Swinburne Library for 2030 is meet high university community and social needs

retain Swinburne Library cultural but investigate future options in line with the Wireless and Contact-less technologies

align the operation of the Library in the network and pursue options for 24-hour services

optimize high technologies with library’s facilities and development from Swinburne Library into Swinburne Library Media Centre


Aim in time to the 2030 we will really intend to improve the library system to be user friendly with and also new technology will be used to fulfill gaps in library system to respond users need in the future


Scope focusing on the general system services especially are printing, searching including borrowing and returning services new technology design will be cover in this project to complete the new system in 2030


Stakeholders •

University Staffs

Library Staffs

New students

Students

Off campus and OUA

Researchers

Visitors

e-newsletter (website) to connect with all key stakeholders media briefings were also a key tactic in the communications to ensure the media was kept informed through each Representative community groups, library professionals, volunteers (rovers service) and library website all stakeholders were among those consulted


Some Existing Library Services Swinburne Living Library • was

launched at Wantirna campus library

• functions

like a normal library but instead of borrowing a book you borrow a person

SMS holds • if

user place a hold on a book, library will send you an SMS when the book is ready to collect 43% did not know about it 25% have registered for the SMS service 23% were not interested in using the service 9% do not have a mobile phone


Some Existing Library Services Student ambassadors • the

ambassadors worked with Liaison Librarian to run activities

• number

of searches increased 61% from the previous year

Ipods containing lectures • Lilydale

Campus Library has purchased four Ipod Nanos to offer this unique service

• target

audience are students who may have slow internet access at home 54% said yes 24% said that they already had one


Scope focusing on the general system services especially are printing, searching including borrowing and returning services. new technology design will be cover in this project to complete the new system in 2030.


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USER JOURNEY: BORROW BOOK


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USER JOURNEY: BORROW BOOK


USER JOURNEY: BORROW BOOK


USER JOURNEY: PRINTING


USER JOURNEY: PRINTING


USER JOURNEY: PRINTING


Content Analysis Technologies in Swinburne Library

Library Computer: • •

Client computer (Computer Lab) Print Server (Computer Center to accept an order)

Laser printer

Copy card vending machine

Copy Card (magnetic stripe card)

Borrowing Machine


GAPS

Most of services need Copy Card to operate with •

student ID and Password are needed to access library Computer

waste a lot of time for walking

insecurity problems in personal data in printing process, everyone is able to print every file

binding service is not provided after printing process

regularly, users could not get a book due to the book always be out of its place.

damage barcode is another problem that always interrupt user during borrowing process

in returning process, users will never know about their status


SOLUTIONS

RFID Gate and RFID Technology

What is RFID •

Radio Frequency Identification (RFID)

is an enabling technology for automatic identification and data capture(AIDC)

RFID used to help machines identify objects include bar codes and smart cards.

RFID specifically refers to automatic identification that uses radio waves to automatically identify people, animals and individual items.


SOLUTIONS

RFID Gate and RFID Technology

RFID can benefit to Library •

to speed up books, videos and other library material check-in, checkout and inventory check applications many libraries around the world are using RFID Technology

Inexpensive smart labels are inserted in books that would be invisible to customers

with the use of an RFID reader, Librarians can check for books that have been stacked in the wrong location, locate the book and rectify the mistake.

the handheld reader can also automatically detect missing inventory and alert the security personnel.


SOLUTIONS Smart Card

electronic Identification by means of digital certificates

smart card allows you to safely log on to university services (web, wireless network) either on campus (rooms, labs, portal terminals) or at home

new smart card can be used instead of both student card and copy card as well as can be used to access users account via new multi-touch interface

RFID tag will be contained in a card


SOLUTIONS Multi-Touch Surface

new multi-touch surface will be provided for operating with smart card to access into users account

from surface users can operate all of library services, which are printing, binding, searching including checking users status and credit

no need vending machine, in this desk will setup the section for add credit


SOLUTIONS

Library system software interface

this software will be created for multi-touch surface and also it is able to be install into mobile phone or other touch-screen devices

software will help users use only their device to access their account and complete any process in its own

it has to be most user friendly software


SOLUTIONS

Library system software interface Other benefit of this software Save times when; •

Waiting for paper out at printer

Back to add the credit in case not enough money

Confirm print at print server (computer)

Use Lab computer to transfer data

Finding books if not in a right location

queue at borrow machine

Save cost for user and university for buy a copy card

Download e-book instead of borrow book can in case, book unavailable


STORYBOARD: USE MOBILE


STORYBOARD: USE MULTI-TOUCH SURFACE


FINAL DESIGN: SMART CARD


FINAL DESIGN: LIBRARY MEDIA CENTRE (3D)

3D interactive: Swinburne Library Procedure in 2030  

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