Learning Constituent Group Spotlight Spaces

Take a look at these spaces discussed at EDUCAUSE 2017 in Philly.

Including spaces shared by:

  • Julie Johnston, Director of Learning Space, Indiana University
  • Rob Peregoodoff, Director Learning Services, University of British Columbia
  • Nicole Weber, Director of Learning Technology, University of Wisconsin Whitewater
  • Laurie Fox, Director and Manager of Educational Technology, SUNY Geneseo Assistant
  • Chuck Haberle  Asst VP for Academic Affairs, Academic Facilities and Technology Planning, Providence College
  • Matthew Wilk, Associate Director, Digital Classroom Services, Rutgers University
  • Andy Kuhar, Assistant Director of Learning Environments, The Ohio State University
  • Steve Bailey & Kate Slotek, Director (ACE) & Classroom Design & Development, University of Toronto
  • Adam Finkelstein, Educational Developer, Physical and Digital Learning Environments, McGill University

See the spaces in the PDF viewer below or click here to find the PDF slides:

Women in STEM – How Learning Spaces Contribute!

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The Next 10 Years: Helping STEM Students Thrive

The UB Women in STEM Cooperative is proud to debut the The Next 10 Years: Helping STEM Students Thrive series, an original online collaboration between Cornell University and the University at Buffalo featuring the perspectives of national thought leaders and institutional representatives about expanding the participation of women in undergraduate STEM education at different scales as informed through the lens of higher education trends, institutional practices, learning spaces and introductory undergraduate courses in STEM.

This interactive, online series will feature a different topic per month. Each session will kick off with a topic introduction by our distinguished thought leaders to be followed by institutional representatives from Cornell University and the University at Buffalo who will share insights from their respective campuses. Audience participants will also be able to join the conversation, ask your questions, share your experiences, build your networks, and learn more about effective evidence-based teaching practices.

On January 10, 2018, FLEXspace’s very own Lisa Stephens, PhD, Office of the SUNY Provost, will be on a panel discussing how Learning Spaces contribute.

Learn more and register at http://www.eng.buffalo.edu/womeninstem/index.html.

Webinar: Strategies for Scaling Active Learning Classrooms Across Campus

Check out this upcoming webinar, presented by our very own FLEXspace core team member, Mark McCallister, hosted by Academic Impressions.

Strategies for Scaling Active Learning Classrooms Across Campus

May 31, 2017 | 1:00 to 2:00 pm EDT

Learn strategies for bringing active learning opportunities to your entire campus.

Many institutions create a few “showcase” active learning spaces rather than incorporating active learning elements throughout all classrooms on campus. Learn how to pursue a scalable model for creating active learning spaces across your campus. This training will focus on how you can:

  • Improve your physical space with active learning components
  • Gain buy-in from faculty for a pedagogy shift
  • Save time and money to create spaces that enhance student learning

This training will feature examples from the University of Florida to help you see the concepts discussed.

Mark McCallister

Associate Director of the Office of Academic Technology
University of Florida

Mark McCallister is Associate Director of the Office of Academic Technology at the University of Florida. Areas under his supervision include classroom technology support, video & collaboration services, A/V installation services, learning space design, computer labs & classrooms, optical mark recognition scanning and scoring, support of workstation hardware and software, and software application & desktop virtualization. He served as President of CCUMC: Leadership in Media & Academic Technology (http://www.ccumc.org) in 2010-2011, and in other roles on CCUMC’s Board of Directors from 2008-2012. Mark has presented on various topics at numerous CCUMC conferences, as well as ACM SIGUCCS, EduComm, the 2011 Standing Conference for Heads of Media Services conference in Newcastle, United Kingdom, and was an invited keynote speaker at the 2012 Learning Space Design Summit in Sydney, Australia. Mark holds a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration and a Master of Education in Higher Education Administration, and is currently working toward a Ph.D. in Educational Technology.

UBTech 2017 Call for Presentations

Join us at UBTech for special FLEXspace targeted sessions and pre-conference workshop!

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We’re thrilled to be a partner and program sponsor at UBTech 2017 in Orlando! Call for presentations is still open! We are putting together our FLEXspace track of sessions. If you’re interested in presenting on ‘next generation’ learning spaces, whether it’s about planning, design, or support, let us know right away! We can chat about including you in our FLEXspace track.

This week, learn about the LSRS and FLEXspace at ELI 2016!

ELIHear from Jim Twetten and others at their ELI session, titled:
MEASUREMENT, BENCHMARKING, AND IMPROVEMENT OF LEARNING ENVIRONMENTS: USING LSRS AND FLEXSPACE TO ACHIEVE INSTITUTIONAL OBJECTIVES
Wednesday
Feb 3rd, 2016
9:15 AM – 10:00 AM

Central Time

Content Anchor: Learning Space Designs
A growing number of institutions seek to measure the learning potential of formal and informal environments. The Learning Space Rating System (LSRS) and the Flexible Learning Environments eXchange (FLEXspace) have been evolving to assist with planning for renovation and new construction of learning spaces. These tools offer a path to maximize return on investment. Representatives from three institutions will report on the value gained from these tools as they have leveraged the LSRS and FLEXspace.
OUTCOMES: Explore the value of LSRS and FLEXspace on campus and share feedback on the utility of these tools * Engage in next steps for how these tools can be scaled and shared
Speakers