Choice, Comfort, Control
Leverage valuable campus real estate by transforming in-between areas into flexible learning spaces for individuals and groups. A variety of multipurpose workspaces grant students choice and control over how they learn.
Students need spaces and worksurfaces that support collaborative learning and groupwork both before and after class.
These spaces blend focused studying and informal group learning ideal for research projects and collaboration.
In-between spaces that offer privacy allow students to quickly settle in, get to work, and optimize their productivity before and after class.
Instruction no longer needs to end with the class period. In-between spaces outside classrooms can work harder to continue class discussions.
Stories + Research
Multi-Function Learning Space
The University of Oklahoma’s Couch Practice Center offers students an ecosystem of spaces designed to meet the way students want to learn today.
New Era of Education
As blended learning becomes a viable solution
for institutions, we identify the learning spaces that need to be rethought.
Embracing Active Learning
Jeff Ashley, director of the Center for Teaching Innovation and Nexus Learning at Jefferson University, shares his team’s methods for building a stronger active learning community.