8th Annual New Generation Learning Space Design 2019

02 - 04 March, 2020 | Sydney

New Generation Learning Space Design 2020

Maximising Learning and Teaching Outcomes through the Delivery of Flexible and Technology Enabled Educational Environments

We are witnessing a radical transformation across the education sector with increased demands from industry for a greater focus on employability and skills development to create a future ready workforce.
In response, we are seeing the design of innovative new learning and teaching environments enabled by modern technologies that encourage students to learn and connect in a collaborative, experiential and more personalised way.
With billions of dollars being invested in new campus infrastructure across Australia, never has there been a more urgent time for you to come together with your Australian and International peers to explore the new future focused learning and teaching environments that are set to transform the education sector.

    Featured Speakers

    WHAT’S NEW IN 2020?

    Dedicated learning streams that cover:

    Innovative Learning and Teaching Technologies

    Stakeholder Engagement and the Change Management Process

    Designing future proofed and adaptable Learning and Teaching Environments

    Delivering Collaborative and Experiential Learning Environments in Response to the Future of Work

    WORKSHOPS YOU CAN’T AFFORD TO MISS

    4 focused workshops that offer targeted learning on key challenges:

    WORKSHOP A

    Stakeholder Engagement: Exploring the Change Management Processes that Need to be Put in Place to Ensure Successful Adoption of New Technologies in Next Generation Learning Spaces

    Facilitator: Michael Keppell, Pro Vice-Chancellor, Learning and Teaching ¬– Taylor’s University Malaysia
    Michael Keppell

    WORKSHOP B

    Successful Project Delivery: Exploring the Critical Success Factors that Need to be Achieved at all Stages of your Next Generation Learning Space Project

    Co-Facilitator: Dr Stuart Dinmore, Senior Lecturer: Academic Development - Teaching Innovation Unit, University of South AustraliaCo-Facilitator: Emma Short, Senior Project Officer, Facilities Management Unit, University of South Australia
    Professor Bob Fox

    WORKSHOP C

    Delivering Collaborative and Experiential Learning Environments in Response to the New Digital Age and the Future of Work

    Facilitator: Kevin Koh, Head, SMU-X Office of the Provost, Singapore Management University
    Kevin Koh

    WORKSHOP D

    Exploring the Practical Application of AI in the Teaching and Learning Environment and Opportunities for the Future

    Facilitator: Dr Stefan Popenici, Senior Higher Education and Training Developer, Charles Darwin University
    Stefan Popenici

    Explore Our Content Library

    5 ways to Design Creative, Inspiring, Stimulating, Collaborative & Productive Learning Spaces

    This article explores five biggest trends in the Learning Space Design & Development, which will help you to create engaging learning environments, based on feedback from some of our past (and current) speakers.

    How the University of Queensland has Actively Engaged Students to Create Student-Centric Spaces

    In this case study, Sam McKenzie, Project Manager, at the Institute for Teaching and Learning Innovation, University of Queensland, shares how improving stakeholder engagement, with staff and students in particular, is the key to creating successful new learning spaces. 

    Who Will You Meet?

    Heads, Managers of:

    From the following sectors and industries:

    Teaching & Learning

    Universities

    Educational Development

    TAFE / Colleges

    Facility Management / Planning

    Schools

    Deans / Heads of Faculty

    Government Bodies

    Senior Lecturers / Lecturer

    Architects / Designers