One Size Does Not Fit All: Considerations When Designing Active Learning Classrooms

Monday, February 09 | 3:15PM–4:00PM | California Pavilion Promenade, Second Floor
Session Type: Professional Development

The University of Oklahoma has designed and deployed six technology-enhanced active learning classrooms (ALCs) over the past two years. These classrooms have transformed the way we think about campus learning spaces and are paving the way for more investment in active learning. In this session, we will detail the critical factors to consider when designing an ALC, including technology, budget, and layout; the importance of campus collaboration; and why using a cookie-cutter approach may not be ideal.

OUTCOMES: Learn what factors to consider when designing ALCs * Understand key considerations when budgeting for an ALC * Leave with examples of a wide variety of ALC designs


  • Chris Kobza

    Executive Director, Campus and Community Engagement, University of Oklahoma
  • Erin Wolfe

    Executive Director, Strategic Initiatives, University of Oklahoma

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