Linda Beith from the Department of Instructional Design and Technologies recently presented on active learning spaces created at RWU at a recent Northeast Regional Computing Program (NERCOMP) event . The Active Teaching and Learning Spaces: Design, Development, Technology, Pedagogical Uses and Outcomes event was held on Friday, November 13, 2015 in Norwood MA. The all-day event featured five presentations from regional institutions, including the RWU presentation.
Linda’s presentation was entitled Designing Learning Spaces to Support Active Learning and featured new and redesigned classroom spaces in GHH, MNS, and SAAHP as well as the new Mary Tefft White Cultural Center and multiple formal and informal group study spaces housed in GHH, the Library, GSB and Engineering buildings.
For more information on this event, including downloads of the presentations offered, please see the NERCOMP event site.