Learning Spaces: International Challenges, Perspectives and Opportunities in the Post-COVID era

Thursday, October 28 | 2:15PM–3:00PM ET
Viewing Location: Online
Session Type: Poster Session
Delivery Format: Poster
If the paradigm shifts induced by the pandemic made distance learning the new normal, several post-COVID forecasts dealing with the return of students to campuses highlight the necessity of a new relevancy for the upcoming face-to-face activities. In these scenarios, the learning spaces (active learning classrooms, collaborative lecture theaters, learning commons, learning centers and transitional spaces) may have an unprecedented opportunity to be more integrated than ever in the pedagogical sequences, providing a value added for the students’ face-to-face activities compared to traditional facilities. Following the "Learning Spaces around the World" talk given each year at the EDUCAUSE annual conference since 2017, this session will envision the global trends and typologies of learning spaces and their potential synergies with the new hybrid or face-to-face learning styles to emerge from the pandemic.


  • John Augeri

    Ile-de-France Digital University, CSIESR