New Penn State Partnership and Educause Review Sneak Peak of FLEXspace 2.0

The new year offers much excitement for the FLEXspace community!

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“More than ever, there is significant interest among learning space designers and planners for inspiration, examples, and practical guidance for effective, innovative, and inclusive learning spaces. Our upcoming session at the EDUCAUSE Learning Initiative Annual Meeting introduces the latest iteration of FLEXspace (Flexible Learning Environments eXchange), an open repository of detailed learning environment exemplars that is free for educators. FLEXspace is co-created and led by a community of practitioners, experts, and decision makers dedicated to sharing the best thinking in learning space design for higher education, K–12, libraries, and museums around the world.”

Read the full article published 2/12/19 in Educause Review. And make sure to participate in our upcoming ELI2019 Presentation, FLEXspace 2.0: An International Community to Elevate Learning Spaces, in Anaheim ,Tuesday February 19th, 4:00pm local time, and be among the first to get hands-on with the new FLEXspace features including the Toolkit, curated Galleries and more!

FLEXspace is excited to announce our newest institutional partner, Penn State University.

According to Dr. Jennifer Sparrow, Sr. Director, Teaching and Learning with Technology at Penn State:

Jennifer Sparrow
Senior Director, Teaching and Learning with Technology
Penn State University

“The FLEXSpace project has developed a strong community of professional that are committed to developing the best possible learning spaces for our students and faculty.  Penn State is looking forward to the continued work of the FLEXSpace project, including a shared research agenda that will help to advance teaching and learning in these spaces.   Additionally, we are looking forward to leveraging the weight of the FLEXSpace community to shape the relationship we have with our vendor partners—to create new, innovative relationships.”

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