Learning From Learning Spaces How A Student Centered Focus Benefits Both Academics And Design Professionals
Learning From Learning Spaces: How a Student-Centered Focus Benefits Both Academics and Design Professionals
We often think of collaborative learning in terms of classroom interactions, but it plays an important role in creating and adapting learning spaces, as well. In this session, we will explore how collaboration between students, academics and design professionals has led to insights into how students use classrooms and informal campus spaces.
Doug Ward, Associate Director, Center for Teaching Excellence, UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS
Brittany Reynolds, Research Assistant, TREANORHL ARCHITECTS
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