Tuesday, October 15 | 1:30PM–5:00PM | Meeting Room 304C/D
New learning spaces on university campuses present unique opportunities to engage students in their learning. However, with increasingly constrained budgets, many universities are asking if these new learning spaces are worth the investment. A critical step in the design of new learning spaces is the need to develop an evaluation plan. Universities must gather the evidence required to make informed decisions about the success of their learning spaces and how to improve them. In this session, we will examine different models of evaluation and participants will select the one best suited for their own context. You will have the opportunity to design an approach to evaluate learning spaces on your campus and collaborate and share experiences with your peers.
Associate Director, Learning Environments, McGill University
Director, Teaching and Learning Services, McGill University