Thank your for your interest in an online workshop about Learning Spaces. Please watch this VIDEO first.
This workshop takes place completely online, and will last about two weeks (3/24/2014-4/4/2014)
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This workshop will explore the various types of spaces: physical, virtual and social that you can make the most of to support student learning. Throughout the workshop we will expand our current knowledge and skills in supporting student learning by taking advantage and being creative with the learning space.
A number of NYIT faculty and staff have contributed to the development
of this workshop. Some of our NYIT faculty will be joining in as ‘resource people’ and discussion facilitators providing their expertise and insight into the issue. Specific topics will include:
You can also download one of the three attachments with website materials PDF (for Mac or PC), EPUB (for iPad, iPhone and other ebook readers), KINDLE (MOBI file format).
Other resources used:
Oblinger, D. (2006). Learning spaces. Boulder, CO: EDUCAUSE.
Journal of Learning Spaces. The University of North Carolina Greensboro Press.
Brinko, K. T., Menges, R. J., & National Center on Postsecondary Teaching, Learning and Assessment. (1997). Practically speaking: A sourcebook for instructional consultants in higher education. Stillwater, Okla: New Forums Press.
Our goal is to bring faculty together from all our campuses, so we can explore the topic from all the cultural and societal frames of reference that comprise NYIT.