Wednesday, October 29 | 3:15PM–5:15PM | Room W208A-C
The library information commons. Technology-enhanced classrooms for projecting multimedia. Labs to support team-based projects and student-generated content. These examples continue to inform campus learning space design decisions. Best practices from these spaces can also point to strategies for assessing next-generation space needs and designing discipline-specific spaces and might help us understand effective design in virtual learning spaces.
Assoc Vice Provost for Learning Technologies & Dir, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Director, Center for the Digital Humanities, Montclair State University
Associate Executive Director, Coalition for Networked Information
Director, Research Teaching and Learning, Association of Research Libraries (ARL)