Over the last decade learning spaces have evolved from traditional lecture style classrooms to technology-enabled environments that promote collaborative learning.
But no matter what stage you are at, designing and developing learning spaces is an ever evolving journey – and one that never stops.
As new technologies continue to emerge (think Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality in more recent times), the way that students learn and engage is going to continue to change.
In order to keep up, universities must constantly look for new and innovative ways of teaching and focus on how to design environments that are flexible enough to accommodate and create a dynamic, flexible, technology-rich and collaborative style of learning.
To ensure students are engaged and to deliver the best possible student experience, education providers need to embrace the importance of innovative and immersive physical spaces that are designed to meet the needs of modern learning and teaching.
Ahead of the New Generation Learning Space Design Summit 2020 we take a look at the biggest trends in learning space development and explore where the future is heading for learning spaces in an era of technological advancements and modern pedagogies.
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