Thursday 16 May 2019 - morning and afternoon session
Health and Active Living Skills Centre
New technologies are influencing strategies for learning enhancements, the student experience, student recruitment and retention, and more. Learning spaces must change if they are to enable hands-on experiential models, critical thinking, and real-life simulations that connect learning to the highly digital world of work.
What do these new collaborative learning spaces look like? From individual standalone hubs in libraries and social spaces, to large cohort lecture-style rooms. And how should we incorporate them into short-term, medium-term, and longer-term strategic developments?
The sticky campus roadshow features a digital classroom that will provide you with ideas and experiences of furniture, technology, acoustics, and more to support active learning pedagogies that deliver better learning outcomes and maximise space utilisation. This isn’t a classroom of the future; this is a classroom of now.
We are running two identical events at Weston College so you can see the sticky campus in action. You can choose between a morning or an afternoon session.
The morning event runs from 10:00-12:30.
The afternoon event runs from 14:00-16:30.
Who should attend
This event will be of interest to all those seeking to make sense of the possibilities that these new technologies introduce in further education as well as more widely in higher education and research.
Academics, learning technologists, support staff, librarians and managers should all find something of benefit at this event.
For further information, please contact Duncan Peberdy (firstname.lastname@example.org).