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Oct 23rd, 2007
8:30 AM - 12:00 PM
Room 2B
Mountain Time
Session Type: Morning Seminar
Whether initiating or advancing learning space design, efforts to bring together space, technology, and pedagogy for learner success have sufficiently matured to reveal a set of principles for engaging in the process. Through presentations, activities, and discussion, we will explore how to apply these principles and will determine a methodology for initiating, assessing, and advancing learning space design appropriate for your institutional context.

The workshop will be divided into four topics: What do I want? How do I get it? How do I support it? Does it work? For each topic, you will learn about trends and issues and explore examples from existing learning spaces. This seminar will provide you with principles and frameworks within which to understand the larger issues, as well as an opportunity to begin to apply these concepts to your home institution through a series of hands-on activities and discussions.



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