Drafting a University Master Plan for Learning Spaces
After a campus reorganization for learning spaces and computer labs, it became clear that a true future master plan for our spaces was needed. The draft of the plan has come alive in the past few months and includes input from faculty, students, Facilities Management, the Registrar's Office, and Information Technology Services. Concentrating on the next three years, the plan seeks to address multiple stakeholders, various pedagogical practices, accessibility, simple technologies, flexibility, efficiency standards, and positive experiences for all.
OUTCOMES: Understand what elements might need to be included in a master plan for learning spaces * Explore some different organizational structures and potential creative ways to overcome silos * Share their own pitfalls and successes with writing and implementing master plans for learning spaces
Senior Director, Research & Educational Technology, Loyola Marymount University
Matt FrankDirector of Creative & Technology Support, Loyola Marymount University