Selfies for Research: Novel Data-Collection Strategies for Understanding Learning Spaces

Tuesday, February 14 | 10:00AM–10:45AM | Houston Ballroom Foyer
Session Type: Poster Session
Delivery Format: Poster Session
Design of new learning environments combines dynamic physical spaces (e.g., flexible infrastructure, moveable furniture) with high-tech interactive capabilities (e.g., interactive mirroring and screen-sharing software) for those in the space and those who join from remote locations. Designing, understanding, and optimizing learning in such spaces requires research approaches that are as creative as the spaces themselves. This session will focus on two novel data-collection strategies to better understand the intersection of technology and instruction in technology-enhanced classrooms. The approaches support learning spaces research, invite new forms of faculty engagement, and require new kinds of faculty development.

Outcomes: Consider 2 novel approaches to data collection in learning spaces *Explore how these approaches could be leveraged to inform your technology-enhanced learning spaces *Brainstorm additional ways to collect real-time data in learning spaces

Presenters

  • Kyle Bowen

    Executive Director, Learning Experience, Arizona State University
  • Bart Pursel

    Chief Technology Officer, Unizin, Ltd.
  • Crystal Ramsay

    Interim Director, Teaching & Learning with Tech, The Pennsylvania State University
  • Lori Weaver

    EDUCAUSE Alumni

Resources & Downloads

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