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Planning and designing Technology-rich Learning Spaces

Sarah Knight
Last modified 19 May, 2006
Published 18 May, 2006
Four workshops are being offered by JISC between July–September in partnership with the Higher Education Academy and JISC InfoNet on designing technology-enabled learning spaces

These will focus on:

  • social and collaborative learning
  • inquiry-based learning
  • blended learning and teaching
  • strategic planning for the development of learning environments following the 2006 UK Higher Education Space Management report on the impact on space of future changes in higher education

The workshops build on the recently launched JISC guide Designing Spaces for Effective Learning. They will be of interest to senior managers in higher education with responsibility for space planning and management, including pro vice-chancellors, directors, deans of faculty and departmental heads, university registrars, and strategic planning managers.

Dates and venues

July 17th - Technology-rich spaces for inquiry-based group learning University of Warwick

July 21st - Technology-rich spaces for blended learning and teaching University of Hertfordshire

July 25th - Technology-rich spaces for social and collaborative learning Glasgow Caledonian University

September 21st - Enabling institution-wide, strategic development of technology-rich learning spaces University of East London

Further information - please visit the Designing Spaces for Effective Learning page on the JISC website

There is no charge for these events but delegate numbers are limited. Please book early to ensure a place.


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