Monday, April 24 | 9:15AM–12:30PM | San Francisco A/B (1B theatre level)
This session explores learning space design principles as a way to enhance and transform teaching and learning with technology. The principles acknowledge changes in our understanding of student cognition and faculty roles in the learning process and incorporate the enabling role of technology. Well-configured learning space makes it possible for faculty and students to engage in active learning, thereby enhancing learning outcomes.
Assistant Professor Emeritus, Educational Technology, The University of Arizona
Assistant Dean, Learning Technologies, and Director, LFS Learning Centre, The University of British Columbia