Learning Spaces for Digital Discovery

Tuesday, February 10 | 12:45PM–1:30PM | Pacific A, Second Floor
Session Type: Professional Development
Learning spaces are no longer one-size-fits-all rooms to support a single method of teaching. In the past few years, new models in formal learning spaces have moved across the campus into libraries and digital commons to enable new forms of instruction, self-practice, and assessment. Technologies such as media production, 3D printing, and visualization used in these spaces enable students to achieve a level of mastery that can only be demonstrated through performance, creating a wide range of artifacts and media objects. This presentation will explore the opportunities that exist for designing learning spaces to include emerging technologies.

OUTCOMES: Learn about the emerging technologies that are being used to help support student self-discovery * Identify ways that emerging forms of media can be used to assess student learning * Learn about the unique characteristics of using student experimentation in coursework


  • Kyle Bowen

    Deputy CIO, Arizona State University
  • Kyle Dickson

    Learning Studio director, Abilene Christian University

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