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Oct 13th, 2010
10:30 AM - 11:20 AM
Meeting Room 204B
Pacific Time
Higher education leaders make significant investments in learning environments. Yet the synthesis of learning and space design theories and practices has not occurred at a pace that meets institutional needs. Learn how two institutions work together to share research practices and findings that inform institutional-level learning space design.

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Gypsy game to advertise various learning space uses. Such a cool idea. Please post a PDF of this. #Educause10 #E10_SESS010

Gypsy game to advertise various learning space uses. Such a cool idea. Please post a PDF of this. #Educause10 #E10_SESS010 RT @meahlarie

In summary. Work with Ed-Res, Get Data, Use Students, Get Team, re-design learning spaces... and you're done #E10_SESS010

#E10_SESS010 Great session, big picture of learning spaces through the WHOLE campus. Rockin handout

Looks like a Student Survey might be a good idea.. Not done one of them for a long while. #E10_SESS010

If only there was some quality data on learning spaces that we could get without having to do it ourselves.. #E10_SESS010

Using Educational Research to design Learning Spaces. Get Theory, Get Data, Have some conversations. #E10_SESS010

#nitle #educause10 #E10_SESS010 Starting soon. Carleton College. Small, liberal arts school. Sharing research practices/findings

#nitle #educause10 #E10_SESS010 Carleton College, Learning Environment Research: Institutional Conversations, Data-…


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