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Conference Slides

The Informal Learning Environment

What’s It Look Like? (by Michael Schade)
Published 2019
One of three presentations in a collection of informal learning environment imagery presented in twelve minutes or less by campus design leaders.
Conference Slides

Designing Libraries for Learning

Published 2019
Conference Slides

Designing for Academic Success

A Collaborative Research Model Between Architects and Environmental Psychologists
Published 2019
Discovery, assessment, and scholarship all play a role in how we can shape spaces to meet educational goals.
Conference Slides

What Does it Mean to Relate Learning With Space, Behaviors, and Outcomes?

Published 2019
Session participants will learn how to recognize and assess informal learning spaces that enable self-directed active learning.
Conference Slides

The Informal Learning Environment

What’s It Look Like? (by Elizabeth Mahon)
Published 2019
One of three presentations in a collection of informal learning environment imagery presented in twelve minutes or less by campus design leaders.
Conference Slides

One Campus. Two Institutions. Three Libraries.

Published 2019
Discuss the evolution of three libraries built in three separate centuries on the Bronx Community College of The City University of New York campus.
Planning for Higher Education Journal

Collaborative Spaces Transform Teaching, Amplify Learning, and Maximize Resources Locked

From Volume 45 Number 4 | July–September 2017
A wide range of interactive, hands-on, and socially enhanced settings provide space for the most effective and dynamic teaching and learning in higher education today.
Planning for Higher Education Journal

Enhancing the Student Experience in the Sciences Locked

The Pennsylvania State University Creates a Nucleus for Student Education and Advising
From Volume 45 Number 4 | July–September 2017
Science education and science student retention are improved by transforming an underutilized campus space into an Academic Support Center that colocates critical undergraduate academic services.
Planning for Higher Education Journal

Does Space Matter? Locked

Assessing the Undergraduate “Lived Experience” to Enhance Learning
From Volume 43 Number 1 | October–December 2014
Developing an understanding of the lived student experience in relation to physical space is critical in order for designers to create spaces that work for the mobile, fast-paced, and multifaceted lives of university students.