2018 Presentations

Change Management in the Higher Education Industry

This is a 2018 NGLS presentation from Maggie Beers, Ph.D., Executive Director of  Academic Technology  Administrative  Leadership at the Center for Equity & Excellence in Teaching & Learning at San Francisco State University. Beers spoke about Change Management and the interdisciplinary collaboration that must occur between faculty, tech, and site planners in order for next generation learning spaces to succeed. For more information join us at the 2019 Next Generation Learning Spaces Event running February 25-27th, 2019 in Los Angles, CA.

Data and Learning Spaces: Why the two are a perfect marriage

Review two past presentations from 2018 on how to use data collection and analysis to your advantage when planning your learning space. The first presentation is from the University of North Dakota; the second is from the University of Southern California. Both focus on implementing data-driven designs for successful learning spaces. For more information on Next Generation Learning Spaces, join us at the 2019 event this February 25-27, taking place in Los Angeles, CA.

The Faculty Factor: Aligning Faculty Learning Space Development

Past presentations from the 2018 Next Generation Learning Spaces detail the importance of properly aligning faculty development with new and innovative learning spaces. These presentations, from the University of Connecticut and Indiana Wesleyan University, offer a sneak peak into the pros' perspectives. For more insight on faculty and learning spaces, join us at the 5th Next Generation Learning Spaces Summit, running February 25-27th, 2019 in Los Angeles, CA.

Active Learning Innovators at Top Universities

Next Generation Learning Spaces is your opportunity to learn from, network with, and collaborate with your peers in the innovative learning industry.This E-book, complete with presentations from our 2018 Next Generation Learning Spaces event, highlights how top universities are utilizing Active Learning to optimize their learning spaces and operations as a whole.