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Learning Space Design

Thursday, January 1, 2004


As students become increasingly engaged in "ambient learning," how does the relationship between learning activity and physical space foster or impede academic goals? What principles should apply to the design of physical space on campus? This featured session will explore the relationships that occur at the nexus of technology, pedagogy, and physical space, building on the understandings gained through a charrette held at MIT, the design of and experiences in Wallenberg Hall at Stanford University, and the development of an integrated learning environment created for first-year students at University of Arizona.

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