LSC Webinar - Calibrating the Return of Investing in Active Learning Spaces: The Institutional Perspective

Thursday, September 15, 2016

 

September 15, 2016​
3:30 - 4:45 p.m. EDT

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A Snapshot of the September 2016 LSC Webinar - Calibrating the Return of Investing in Active Learning Spaces: The Institutional Perspective

Questions explored:

  • What comes first in planning active learning spaces: attention to space or pedagogy?  
  • How to balance an institution’s need to provide more classroom seats to accommodate growing enrollments, more tuition income against institutional goals for increased retention, student success?  
  • How to create a balance of active-learning spaces—formal and informal, from large lecture halls to corners and hallways signaling that learning happens everywhere?

Moderator:

  • Robert Emery Smith, Director of Classroom Innovation, Vice Provost for Teaching and Learning—Stanford University

Facilitators:

  • Kristin Ambrose, Senior Associate—Ayers Saint Gross
  • Tom Bauer, Associate Principal—Bora Architects
  • Elizabeth J. Beise, Associate Provost, Academic Planning & Programs—University of Maryland, College Park
  • Jon Dorbolo, Associate Director, Technology Across the Curriculum—Oregon State University
  • Hilary Gossett, Assistant Director of Academic Facilities—University of Maryland, College Park
  • John Greydanus, Director of Academic Technologies—Oregon State University

 

Featured:

Resources:


University of Maryland College Park—The Edward. St. John Learning and Teaching Center Classroom


Oregon State University— Learning Innovation Center  (LInC) 600-seat Arena Classroom