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MELLON FOUNDATION CONFERENCES

Starting in 2001, the Andrew Mellon Foundation through the National Institute for Technology in Liberal Education established national conferences on the future of learning spaces, technology and pedagogy for liberal arts colleges. At these conferences, Myerberg leads workshops on the transformation of the college library with educators from about 120 colleges.

2009 LEARNING SPACES AND TECHNOLOGY WORKSHOP

University of Richmond, Richmond VA, March 2009

2008 LEARNING SPACES AND TECHNOLOGY WORKSHOP

Agnes Scott College, Decatur GA, April 2008

2006 LEARNING SPACES AND TECHNOLOGY WORKSHOP
Rhodes College, Memphis TN, February 2006

2004 LEARNING SPACES AND TECHNOLOGY WORKSHOP
Vassar College, Poughkeepsie NY, October 2004

2003 LEARNING SPACES AND TECHNOLOGY WORKSHOP
DePauw University, Greencastle IN, October 2003

“RETHINKING TEACHING AND LEARNING SPACES FOR LIBERAL ARTS COLLEGES: LIBRARIES, CLASSROOMS, COMPUTING AND MEDIA CENTERS”


Emory University in Atlanta GA, January 2001

AMERICAN LIBRARY ASSOCIATION CONFERENCES

The American Library Association holds annual national conferences attended by over 30,000 librarians and administrators. During these conferences, Myerberg is a regular speaker and panelist on the reinvention of the public, academic, and school library. His makeover of the Southeast branch library was highlighted at the 2007 conference in Washington DC.

“PEOPLE SPACES IN LIBRARIES: THE Off-LINE EXPERIENCE”

Anaheim CA, June 2008

“TRANSFORMING YOUR SPACE: L!BRARY INITIATIVE”
Washington DC, June 2007

“RENOVATION, RESTORATION, REMODELING, REINVENTING THE SCHOOL LIBRARY”

New Orleans LA, June 2006

“ALBANY PUBLIC LIBRARY MASTER PLAN”

Orlando FL, June 2004

“FUTURE SPACE, FLEXIBLE SPACE: THE WIRELESS WORK PLACE”

Toronto, Canada, June 2003

“POLITICS OF SPACE: STRANGE BEDFELLOWS MAKE NEW LIBRARIES”

Atlanta GA, June 2002

“THE L!BRARY INITIATIVE”

San Francisco CA, June 2001

“MANAGING LIBRARY PROJECTS: FROM IDENTIFYING NEED TO POST-OCCUPANCY EVALUATION”
San Francisco CA, June 2001

AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS

“ROBIN HOOD FOUNDATION REACHES THOUSANDS”
AIA New York in New York NY, October 2009

“NEW DESIGN DIRECTIONS FOR EDUCATION” SERIES
AIA New York in New York NY, January 2008

“THE L!BRARY INITIATIVE - ROBIN HOOD FOUNDATION : A CATALYST FOR CHANGE”
AIA Committee on Architecture in Education in Hartford CT, October 2005

“THE L!BRARY INITIATIVE”
AIA Committee on Architecture in Education in New York NY, November 2001

 

OTHER CONFERENCES AND ENGAGEMENTS 

“REINVENTING HOSPITALITY ON THE GO: JetBlue’s TERMINAL 5”

Hospitality Design Expo in Las Vegas NV, May 2010

“THE LIBRARY INITIATIVE: L!BRARY”
Architectural League in New York NY, May 2010

“DESIGNING SCHOOL LIBRARIES FOR THE 21st CENTURY”
Goucher College Library in Baltimore MD, April 2010

“TRANSFORMATION OF THE COLLEGE LIBRARY”
CIC Convention in Savannah GA, February 2007

“CREATING SPACES FOR LIFELONG LEARNING”
Studio@620 in St Petersburg FL, January 2007

“ON CAMPUS CONVERSATION”
Ringling School of Art and Design, February 2007

“REINVENTING THE PUBLIC SCHOOL LIBRARY”
Sarasota Design Summit in Sarasota FL, October 2006

“FUTURE OF BETHLEHEM, PA”
National Conference on Small Cities in Bethlehem PA, October 2006

“JetBlue TERMINAL MARKETPLACE: DESIGN FOR A HIGHER PLANE”
Gain: AIGA’s Business Design Conference in New York NY, October 2006

“TRANSFORMATION OF THE COLLEGE LIBRARY ”
Wofford College in Spartanburg SC, 2006

“THE LIBRARY AND ARCHITECTURE: PREPARE FOR THE FUTURE TODAY”
University of Olomouc in the Czech Republic, September 2005

“REINVENTING THE SCHOOL LIBRARY”
Goucher College Library in Baltimore MD, December 2003

“NEW NEW YORK 3: SMALL CIVIC WORKS”
Architectural League in New York NY, November 2002

“MINING OUR NATURAL RESOURCES: THE USER AS EXPERT”
Industrial Designers Society of America Conference in Santa Fe NM, Sept 1995

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