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Examples Of Effective Campus-Wide Course Transformation Using Multidisciplinary Teams

Examples Of Effective Campus-Wide Course Transformation Using Multidisciplinary Teams

2016 Past Presentation
Tomalee Dean, Associate Dean for Academic Affairs, Purdue University

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Innovative Ideas And Blended Learning Environments At The Michelle Smith Collaboratory For Visual Culture

Innovative Ideas And Blended Learning Environments At The Michelle Smith Collaboratory For Visual Culture

2016 Past Presentation
Quaint Gregory, Director, University of Maryland College Park

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Effective Communication Resources To Build Administrative Investment In Learning Environments

Effective Communication Resources To Build Administrative Investment In Learning Environments

2016 Past Presentation
Lisa Stephens, Sr Strategist, SUNY Academic Innovation, University of Buffalo

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Insights On Teaching Effectively In Active Learning Classrooms

Insights On Teaching Effectively In Active Learning Classrooms

2016 Past Presentation
David Langley, Director for Teaching and Learning, University of Minnesota

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Matching Instructors and Spaces of Learning: The impact of space on behavioral, affective and cognitive learning

Matching Instructors and Spaces of Learning: The impact of space on behavioral, affective and cognitive learning

This study conducted by past speaker John McArthur, Director of Online Faculty Services and Associate Professor of Communication at Queens University of Charlotte, examines the extent to which instructional proxemics -– the physical space of the learning environment -- impacts student behavioral, affective, and cognitive learning.

Conditions for Effective Smart Learning Environments

Conditions for Effective Smart Learning Environments

This study conducted by Rob Koper, University Chair at Institute Board, Open University of the Netherlands, examines the idea of Human Learning Interfaces - the set of learning related interaction mechanisms that humans expose to the outside world that can be used to control, stimulate and facilitate their learning processes - to identify the conditions for the development of effective smart learning environments.

How 4 Universities are taking Blended Learning to the Next Level

How 4 Universities are taking Blended Learning to the Next Level

In this exclusive eBook, specialists from four universities share exclusive insight into how they’re personalizing the student experience through learning design, technology, creative spaces and collaboration. You can read more about: Monash University’s Better Teaching, Better Learning Agenda: focusing on the pedagogy behind the desired change and how technology can enable it, UTS’s course curation and learning design, and more! 

    New Learning Spaces are Modernizing the Traditional Campus Worldwide

    New Learning Spaces are Modernizing the Traditional Campus Worldwide

    With increasing competition to attract students both locally and internationally, education providers are investing in developing the best facilities. We recently spoke to Hon Steve Maharey, Vice-Chancellor, Massey University and Barbara White, Senior Lecturer in Information Technology, Charles Darwin University about how they’ve been creating new learning spaces that will transform the education experience.

    Speaker Feature: Frank Dooley

    Speaker Feature: Frank Dooley

    Next Generation Learning Spaces presents this speaker feature from Frank Dooley Vice Provost for Teaching and Learning at Purdue University where he discusses his background and portfolio, his priorities for 2017, and some of his favorite program highlights.

    Virtual Reality: Forging A New Path In Education

    Virtual Reality: Forging A New Path In Education

    As more educational institutions around the world invest in VR and experiment with its expansive applications in different subjects and lessons, the inherent benefits of the technology are made clearer and more compelling, including: greater student engagement, build interest in all students, provides hands-on experience and more.
    7 Point List for Learning Spaces

    7 Point List for Learning Spaces

    The learning space itself has become a fulcrum of the modern day experience like never before, and one of the key criteria that governs its longevity of success is the ability to future-proof it. In the following analysis, we have picked the brains of architects, academics and estate directors to come up with a seven point check-list of the ways, means and motivations that will ensure that our next generation learning spaces don't become last generation's learning spaces.
    7 Ways to Create Innovative Learning Spaces

    7 Ways to Create Innovative Learning Spaces

    It’s an exciting time to be an educator, as an increasing number of schools look to redesign their learning spaces in order to enhance the learning experience and student outcomes. However in taking this step, many schools are faced with difficult questions regarding what these new learning spaces should look like, how to create the business case and how to measure the improvement in student outcomes.
    7 Ways To Design And Implement Agile And Student-Centered Learning Spaces

    7 Ways To Design And Implement Agile And Student-Centered Learning Spaces

    Learn the 7 steps that it takes to design student-centered learning spaces that you can implement. Read tips and opinions on this topic from professors, doctors of education and more!
    Designing New Learning Spaces Through Co-Creation

    Designing New Learning Spaces Through Co-Creation

    In 2011, the University of Adelaide opened its doors to the $42 million Learning Hub, bringing together learning spaces, social spaces, and student information services. Creating the hub involved students and staff working together with more than 9000 hours of student involvement in both the design and overall function of the space.
    Designing Stimulating Learning Environments to Boost Student Engagement

    Designing Stimulating Learning Environments to Boost Student Engagement

    It's no secret technology has transformed the way students interact and learn - both inside and outside the classroom and as digital continues to enable anytime, anywhere learning; it has never been more important for schools and universities to design and maintain collaborative, active learning spaces to facilitate this new style of learning.
    Five Principles For An Optimal Next Generation Learning Space

    Five Principles For An Optimal Next Generation Learning Space

    In the past 40 years, the computer has gone from being the size of a room to being in every room. This article explains the five principles used to create a modern next generation learning space for students in higher level education.
    New Learning Spaces Are Modernizing The Traditional Campus Worldwide

    New Learning Spaces Are Modernizing The Traditional Campus Worldwide

    Globally there is a shift by higher education providers to transform the campus. With increasing competition to attract students both locally and internationally, education providers are investing in developing the best facilities. New types of classrooms are being built based on leading design and teaching principles, while incorporating the latest technology for more interactive learning.
    The World’s Greatest Learning Spaces

    The World’s Greatest Learning Spaces

    The future of education increasingly lies with education providers that can integrate the latest tools, technologies and learning methodologies into next generation learning spaces – both physical and virtual. Already, progressive schools are moving away from traditional ‘chalk and talk’ teaching methods and towards enquiry based, student-centric learning in order to encourage more creative, entrepreneurial students who think for themselves.
    Getting the Right People in the Room, Before You Build It: Planning & Implementing Active Learning Spaces

    Getting the Right People in the Room, Before You Build It: Planning & Implementing Active Learning Spaces

    Thinking of transforming your campus’ learning spaces to optimize active learning pedagogies/technologies? Identifying relevant stake holders and engaging them productively in the planning stage may be the most critical step. Through best case examples, strategies that maximize the effectiveness of inclusive and productive planning teams will be presented. This session is highly relevant to institutions thinking about embarking on learning space transformations that will align with active, collaborative, real-world teaching strategies with the mindful design and use of built environments that support collaborative pedagogies.

    Presentation by: 

    Jeffrey Ashley, Director, Center for Teaching and Learning, PHILADELPHIA UNIVERSITY

    Past Delegate Perspectives: What I've Learned from Past NGLS Events

    Past Delegate Perspectives: What I've Learned from Past NGLS Events

    In anticipation of the 2018 Next Generation Learning Spaces event, we sat down with a couple of past delegates to learn more about what they've gained from attending past NGLS events. The perfect document to give to your boss in order to secure your approval to attend, hear from 2018 advisory board members, speakers and more in this overview of why you can't afford to miss the 2018 NGLS whether you're goal is to take home industry best practices, advance in your career, discover new solutions or more!

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    Globalization, Innovation and Whole Person Education: Inside OneCampus ORU

    Globalization, Innovation and Whole Person Education: Inside OneCampus ORU

    Meet our 2018 Keynote Speaker Michael Mathews AVP and Chief Information Officer Oral Roberts University and learn more about ORU's cutting-edge Global Learning Center

    The winner of numerous awards, ORU's GLC boasts: 

    • Global Learning and Teleportation Classroom – Access in and out of the GLC to/ from any and all continents in the world. Quality of video conference will move people around the world at the speed of light (teleportation).
    • Studio Classroom - Studio for recording any style of distance education, instruction, or classroom media.
    • Virtual Reality Classroom – Full immersive virtual reality (VR) learning room (I.e. Flight simulation, marine biology, engineering, etc.).
    • High Performance Computing Research Classroom - Global access for research that requires supercomputer and high performance access.
    • Global innovation Collaboration Classroom – The think tank for furthering the advancement of instruction.
    • Distance Education Lab classroom – Dedicated for classes online that require a lab or experiential aspect
    • Instructional class for disabilities – A class with portal  augmented reality equipment that can be configured to help people with certain learning challenges.
    • Faculty Excellence and Learning Classroom – Room capable to teach all online faculty and traditional faculty on new technologies and new delivery methods.

    Goals of Classrooms

    • World class design and functionality
    • Be interchangeable for flexibility
    • Be multi-purpose and multi-function
    • Be viewed as ‘OneCampus’ ORU

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    AVR Reaching Full Bloom Featuring Michael Mathews, Chief Information Officer, Oral Roberts University

    AVR Reaching Full Bloom Featuring Michael Mathews, Chief Information Officer, Oral Roberts University

    Since 1948 Bloom’s Taxonomy of Educational Objectives has been the gold standard of classifying educational goals for learning outcomes and engagement. The original taxonomy was created by psychologist Benjamin Bloom, and has been revised in many different formats. The diagrams in this article represent various revisions of Bloom’s Taxonomy by different universities[1] over the years. These diagrams are intended to illustrate the levels of engagement and learning that occurs as you move the ‘educational-dial of intelligent engagement’.
    Future Trends in Technology and Education October 2016

    Future Trends in Technology and Education October 2016

    A monthly futures report for higher education, compiled by Bryan Alexander.
    Future Trends in Technology and Education November 2016

    Future Trends in Technology and Education November 2016

    A monthly futures report for higher education, compiled by Bryan Alexander.
    2018 Market Report

    2018 Market Report

    Ahead of the event, we surveyed our current attendees to find out their biggest learning space design priorities, challenges, and interests. Take a peak at the findings below.