From the Field

Creativity Research Findings at 3 Levels of Analysis​

In 2012, with support from the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, the LSC undertook a project focusing on Cognition and Context: How Space Affects Learning and Creativity in the Undergraduate Setting. Sawyer was a member of the project team.


(James Madison University, from an LSC Webinar)

 

Creativity Research Findings at 3 Levels of Analysis

About the LSC Roundtables

How Can Space Facilitate the Process of Making Knowledge?

As a capstone to Series I of the LSC Regional Roundtables, an LSC Forum was held at The George Washington University. This was an opportunity for roundtable participants to engage in cross-roundtable conversations with stakeholders in the DC area. The four-hour Forum, as with the Roundtables, pivoted around questions—from start to finish. The Forum began with each table deliberating about the potential of questions to be audacious and relevant. It ended with table groups sharing their question and making the case for its inclusion in a portfolio of 21st century planning questions.


(New Core Sciences Facility [Atrium View], Memorial University of Newfoundland)
 

How Can Space Facilitate the Process of Making Knowledge?

 

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