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Mar 24th, 2009
8:30 AM - 9:15 AM
Camelot/Third Floor
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Recent scholarship on learning spaces reflects a growing consensus that learning is significantly affected by the environment in which it occurs. While interest in innovative technology-enhanced learning spaces is high, and many institutions either have constructed or plan to construct such spaces, there is a paucity of systematic research examining the effects of these environments. In this presentation, we will describe grant-funded mixed-methods research that investigated whether, how, and to what degree learning was affected in selected classes that took place in innovative technology-enhanced classroom spaces at the University of Minnesota.
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