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Learning Spaces in Higher Education: Positive Outcomes by Design.

Proceedings of the Next Generation Learning Spaces 2008 Colloquium.

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The detailed case studies in this publication were presented at the NGLS 2008 Colloquium, and focus on the successes and challenges involved in designing next generation learning spaces. The case studies illustrate the importance of the Pedagogy-Space-Technology (PST) framework in the operation and evaluation of new learning spaces. The PST framework provides a robust basis from which to develop design briefs, assess alternative concepts, and evaluate learning environments.

Please note: The entire collection is complete and available for printing as individual chapters or the entire Proceedings. The printed Proceedings is available through The University of Queensland. Please email Derek Powell with your request and enter ‘NGLS Proceedings Order’ as the subject line.


Contents
©2009 The University of Queensland ISBN 978-1-86499-943-3
Entire Proceedings (PDF)
David Radcliffe, Hamilton Wilson, Derek Powell, Belinda Tibbetts, Editors
Please Note: This PDF contains the entire Proceedings. For smaller, more easily downloaded files, please see the individual chapter files below.
Introduction & Key Chapters
Introduction.
by Belinda Tibbetts
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Chapter 1.0 A Pedagogy-Space-Technology (PST) Framework for Designing and Evaluating Learning Places.
by David Radcliffe
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Chapter 2.0 The Process of Creating Learning Space.
by Hamilton Wilson
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Chapter 3.0 Evaluation and the Pedagogy-Space-Technology Framework.
by Derek Powell
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Chapter 4.0 The Research Library as Learning Space: New Opportunities for Campus Development.
by Keith Webster
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Case Studies
Chapter 5.1 Investigating the Dynamics of an Integrated Learning Space at James Cook University.
by Dana Anders, Alan Calder, Kate Elder, Alice Logan
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Chapter 5.2 Collaborative Teaching & Learning Centres at The University of Queensland.
by Trish Andrews, Derek Powell
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Chapter 5.3 Engineering Problem-Based Learning Spaces at Victoria University.
by Alex Stojcevski, Stephen Bigger, Roger Gabb, Jo Dane
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Chapter 5.4 Deakin University Immersive Learning Environment (DILE): An evaluation.
by Jo Dane
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Chapter 5.5 Supporting Teaching and Learning through the Intelligent Design of Learning Support Spaces: A Griffith University example.
by Con Graves, Elaina Berg
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Chapter 5.6 Centre for Teaching and Learning Seminar Room.
by Gail Huon, Heather Sharp
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Chapter 5.7 Learning in the Spaces: A Comparative Study of the Use of Traditional and ‘New Generation’ Library Learning Spaces by Various Disciplinary Cohorts.
by Elizabeth Jordan, Tanya Ziebell
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Chapter 5.8 The Hawthorn Project Hub at Swinburne University of Technology.
by Nicolette Lee
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Chapter 5.9 Lab 2.0.
by Geoff Mitchell, Greg Winslett, Gordon Howell
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Chapter 5.10 The Thurgoona Learning Commons.
by Shirley Oakley
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Chapter 5.11 Learning in the Learning Commons: The Learning Commons at City Flinders and St Albans Campuses.
by Adrian Gallagher, Amanda Pearce, Robin McCormack
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Chapter 5.12 Making it My Street: The Bond University “Street” Area.
by Marcus Randall, Gail Wilson
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Chapter 5.13 TELL us all about it: Establishment of a Technology Enhanced Learning Laboratory.
by Shirley Reushle, Brian Kissell, Maggie Fryer, David King
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Chapter 5.14 The First Year Engineering Learning Centre.
by Jasmine Steer, Gordon Howell
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Chapter 5.15 The Balnaves Foundation Multimedia Learning Centre.
by Mark Sutherland, Hamilton Wilson
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Chapter 5.16 Learning Lab: Transforming a Learning Experience.
by Peter Tregloan
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Chapter 5.17 Pod Room – A Group Learning Space.
by Gail Wilson, Marcus Randall
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Concluding Remarks
by Belinda Tibbetts
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