Adaptive Reuse and Low Cost of Entry Space Design for the Blended Learning Environment

Thursday, February 04 | 11:15AM–12:00PM | Texas Ballroom Foyer, Fourth Floor
Session Type: Professional Development
With powerful online teaching tools becoming a staple in today's university environment, implementing effective blending learning spaces can be a costly and intricate endeavor. In order to react quickly and ensure faculty adoption, Georgia State moved to give instructors the resources they need through the lowest-cost and highest-impact solutions for widespread deployment. Through targeted standardization strategies, universal design principles, and optimum technology reuse, the center has been able to deploy sophisticated e-learning tools in numerous classrooms. As a result, the university witnessed higher-quality appropriation of resources for teachers and better learning experiences for students.

OUTCOMES: Identify learning spaces easily targeted for blended tools optimization * Identify cost-savings that strategic technology choices can have over traditional Audio/Visual designs * Identify on-campus technology for adaptive reuse in blended learning


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