In this co-facilitated workshop, you will explore the technology rich collaborative learning spaces that have been developed at the University of South Australia since 2012. Using case study project examples this session will explore the ‘whole of university approach’ from design through to implementation and share the challenges faced through each stage of project delivery.
Step-by-step investigation of the transformations at the University of South Australia from start to finish and analysing the outcomes
Understanding the stakeholder engagement process across all project stakeholders
Assisting and supporting teachers through the transformation process
Learning from obstacles and challenges – How they were overcome and how to approach them in the future
Collaborative discussion about moving towards New Generation Learning Spaces – What to consider and how to strategise
Evaluating teacher and student behavior in the new learning spaces post implementation
The University of South Australia began work on prototype, technology-rich collaborative teaching and learning spaces in 2012. Since then. The university has built the Jeffrey Smart Building (a 7 storey, purpose-built, student owned, collaborative teaching space) and worked through 4-5 iterations of collaborative classroom design. This presentation will discuss the evolution of these designs using a ‘whole of university’ approach to implementation. This has approach has involved broad engagement with facilities management, teaching and learning, students and IT services to reach the best outcome. It will outline current thinking on the design and implementation of these types of spaces based on our experiences across this spectrum of stakeholders within the university.
Timeline of design and building implementation
Student response to new spaces
Outline of ‘whole of university approach’ to classroom design and implantation
Outline of challenges to widespread adoption of blended pedagogies for teaching staff
Check out the incredible speaker line-up to see who will be joining Stuart.