Creating New Spaces for Learning in Community

Tuesday, January 23 | 11:00AM–12:00PM | International Ballroom E
Session Type: Professional Development
Spaces are critical for effective learning since they form the context in which pedagogical, curricular, and cocurricular activities occur. Using examples from the University of Dayton, this session will highlight how spaces can be created to foster learning in community. From design process to faculty development, community involvement can shape exciting new spaces and yield engaged learning.


  • Deb Bickford

    Associate Provost for Academic Affairs and Learning Initiatives, University of Dayton
  • Bill Dittoe

    Principal Consultant, Educational Facilities Consultants, LLC
  • David Wright

    Director of Academic Technology & Curriculum Innovation, University of Dayton

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