Learning Spaces

TLT Conference 2009: Lauren Oswald

Posted by on April 8, 2009

Transforming Informal Learning Spaces [Evaluate this presentation] Classrooms are no longer the only learning spaces on campus. Learning now takes place wherever the learner is inspired. Missouri University of Science & Technology has transformed an informal learning space that enables collaboration, socialization and individual work. This presentation will discuss the importance of informal learning spaces and how […]

Read More »

EdTech goes to Educause 2008 in Orlando, Florida

Posted by on November 5, 2008

Angie Hammons and Lauren Oswald, members of the EdTech group here on campus, recently had the opportunity to do a poster presentation at Educause 2008, which took place in Orlando, Florida, Oct 28 – 31. Here is what Angie experienced:================================================================= I had the privilege of being accepted to present a poster session at Educause 2008 […]

Read More »

Next-Gen.Edu Classrooms

Posted by on June 4, 2008

This month’s issue of Campus Technology has an article by Dian Schaffhauser (Incubating Next-Gen.Edu) wherein she discusses how universities across the country are learning from each other to create new technology-enhanced classrooms to enhance the student learning experience. "Incubator classrooms", as she calls them, usually have a number of distinguishing features: multiple projector/video displays, pods […]

Read More »

Technology Learning Space Implementation — We are not alone

Posted by on May 27, 2008

Educause Quarterly has an article in their most recent issue about technology learning spaces–more specifically, a technology-enhanced learning studio implemented at the University of Missouri-St. Louis (UMSL), one of our sister campuses. According to authors Jim Tom, Kenneth Voss, and Christopher Scheetz, their project was an unqualified success, leading to increased student and faculty satisfaction […]

Read More »