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As you know, last month we held a contest to encourage contributions of academic library learning spaces to the FLEXspace collection. Now, we're happy to announce that the contest winner is Stony Brook University Libraries and their new Central Reading Room!! Thank you to Laura Costello for contributing the space and fleshing out a detailed record! Laura [...]
We're proud to report continued growth this summer! The FLEXspace community now has almost 2000 individual user accounts from just under 1000 separate institutions across 34 countries! Most users are located in the United States, but we have a growing user community in Australia, Canada, the UK and Europe! Check out our latest September user [...]
Orienting Students towards Collaboration
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Insights after the SCUP conference. ""Student-driven learning has become a prolific idea that has gone beyond impacting just curriculum and teaching philosophies; it now informs the way we structure classrooms and design the spaces where learning is intended to occur."
HARRISON, N.Y. -- Educators from all over the Hudson Valley got a feel for how active learning should take place at the Lower Hudson Regional Information Center’s Active Learning Center in Harrison on Aug. 22 and 23. The interactiv
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I encourage these schools to add their active learning classrooms to our collection!
Thursday, September 15, 2016
September 15, 2016
3:30 - 4:45 p.m. EDT
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Great opportunity from the Learning Spaces Collaboratory. Hope to see you there!
One of the most meaningful recent shifts in higher education is the increased interest in and adoption of active learning. Discover three lessons learned by early movers, and how you can implement these student-focused spaces on your campus.
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Provocative article that I'm sure will encourage much discussion. What's your take?