NITLE-CIC Workshop

2007 Learning Spaces and Technology Workshop

March 23 - 25, 2007

2007 Learning Spaces and Technology Workshop
University of Puget Sound
Tacoma, Washington
March 23 - 25, 2007

The 2007 Learning Spaces and Technology Workshop was designed to help colleges and universities plan for effective technology-enhanced learning spaces.

The workshop was organized by the Council of Independent Colleges (CIC) and the National Institute for Technology and Liberal Education (NITLE) in collaboration with Project Kaleidoscope. Financial support was provided by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

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Presentations

Breakout IA: Library: Focusing on the Transformation of the Library into an Integrated Learning Center
Reporting Out
Sarah Felton, Susan L. Perry
Breakout IB: Informal Spaces: Looking at the Wide Range of Places and Spaces in which Students Use Technologies as Tools for Learning
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Kristine Bartanen, Thomas C. Celli
Breakout IC: Aesthetics: Ensuring the New Spaces Contribute to the Life and Aesthetics of the Campus
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Robert M. Johnson Jr., Henry Myerberg
Breakout ID: Project Shepherd
Reporting Out
Marlene Moore, Thomas V. Rowland
Breakout IE: Renovations/New Facilities: Exploring What Makes Sense in the Process of Small/Medium/Large Renovations or Building New
Reporting Out
Scott Bennett, Andrew Labov
Breakout IIA & IIIA - Part 1: Library: Focusing on the Transformation of the Library into an Integrated Learning Center (Information Commons)
Reporting Out
Henry Myerberg
Breakout IIA & IIIA - Part 2: Library: Focusing on the Transformation of the Library into an Integrated Learning Center (Information Commons)
Reporting Out
Joan K. Lippincott
Breakout IIB: Classrooms: Connecting Pedagogical Approaches, Technologies, and Learning
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Andrew Labov, Patrick O'Neil
Breakout IIC & IIIB: Sustainability: Considering How to Give Attention to 'Sustainable' Practices that are Cost-Effective Over the Long-Term
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Kent Duffy, Timothy Williams
Breakout IIE: Design Professionals: Gaining Insights about How to Work with Architects and Other Design Professionals
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Thomas C. Celli, Marlene Moore
Breakout IIIC: Campus Planning: Integrating the Process of Planning Hi-tech Learning Spaces into Institution-wide Planning Initiatives
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Alyce DeMarais, Robert M. Johnson Jr.
Plenary I-Part I: Three Roles and One Goal
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Paul R. Hagner, Robert M. Johnson Jr., Henry Myerberg
Plenary I-Part II: First Questions for Designing Higher Education Learning Spaces
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Scott Bennett
Plenary III: Virtual Tour
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Joan K. Lippincott
Plenary IV: Programming: Gaining Insights about How to Work with Architects and Other Design Professionals
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Kent Duffy, Sarah Felton, Timothy Williams
Plenary V: Exploring the Future
Report Out
Richard Bussell
Plenary VI: Mobile Learning Environments for the 21st Century
Reporting Out
Paul R. Hagner

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