Category Archives: Learning Spaces

Courseware, students, participatory design . . .

I sometimes hear educators say that students want only one courseware to contend with, that students don’t want to deal with multiple platforms for the courses they take each semester. I haven’t heard evidence for this claim, although one can … Continue reading

Posted in Learning Spaces, Shifting Education Paradigms | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment

Ivies Plus Meeting at Yale

My first visit to Yale University was Friday, Oct 19, for the Ivies Plus Meeting of librarians.  Quite a lot of beautiful stone buildings and a fair amount of scaffolding and reno work going on to maintain those beautiful buildings! … Continue reading

Posted in Academic Technology Planning, Learning, Learning Spaces, Shifting Education Paradigms | Tagged , | Leave a comment

Learning Space — design process

Ancil and I met a pretty interesting guy, Elliott Felix,  from Brightspot, who is involved in some way with the NC State project around the design of learning spaces.  His slides are available here: http://www.slideshare.net/elliotfelix/learning-space-service-design-eli2012 Note the shot of the … Continue reading

Posted in Learning Spaces | Leave a comment