We're thrilled to partner with Shaw Contract alongside other organizations that are making a difference to improve learning environments in K12 and higher ed including: The Association for Learning Environments (A4LE) https://www.a4le.org/A4LE/ The National School Plant Management Association (NSPMA) https://nspma.org/ The Center for Green Schools - http://www.centerforgreenschools.org/ The Association for College and University Housing Officers International (ACUHO-I) http://www.acuho-i.org/ APPA: Leadership [...]
A Better Workforce Through Interactive Learning Programs: Q&A with Tracie Bryant When higher education and private sector organizations team up, learning through video becomes much more than streamed lectures or recorded expert presentations and interviews. It becomes an interactive and dynamic experience with videoconferencing and 3D environments. Corporate and education alliances create opportunities to inspire students in ways textbooks or static content can’t. [...]
Check out the October 2017 issue of AV Technology Magazine where we're featured! FLEXspace is fueled by continued support from longtime Founding Sponsor, Herman Miller, as well as SUNY, the CSU system and the Foothill-De Anza Community College District. Additionally, CCUMC, the EDUCAUSE Learning Initiative (ELI), InfoComm, and SCUP were early major supporters, and the growing list of corporate sponsors includes Crestron, [...]
Want to learn more about the Learning Glass at SDSU? See our previous post with links to images, Spec sheets, and the recorded love campus tour! http://flexspace.org/2017/02/sdsu-live-tour-showcases-active-learning-spaces-and-learning-glass/
We proudly welcome our newest sponsors to the FLEXspace team! Thank you Wolfvision and Sonic Foundry / Mediasite for your support! And we thank all of our sponsors and partners! We rely on your support to continue our mission to provide FLEXspace as an open educational resource for the academic community worldwide!
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