LSC Roundtable 2.0 – The New School
June 22, 2019
We invite you to join us for an LSC Roundtable on the Future of Learning Spaces to be held at The New School (NYC) on Saturday, June 22, 2019. This will be an opportunity for a select group of academics with experience and responsibility for shaping spaces for learning to join with a small group of architects to explore what is known about planning spaces for learning and what audacious questions should drive planning into the future.
The Roundtable is scheduled from 8:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. It will be a true roundtable, an informal discussion in which those gathered in the round share and advance collective vision.
LSC Roundtable 2.0 – Northwestern University
April 26, 2019
The 2019 Series of Learning Spaces Collaboratory (LSC) Roundtables are designed to focus on the future of planning 21st century learning spaces for 21st century learners. LSC Roundtables bring together researchers, planners, architects, higher education administrators, faculty and students for conversations around key questions that shift perspectives, create common understanding, and suggest new approaches.
This LSC Roundtable at Northwestern University will address two issues.
- Inclusive learning spaces: Identifying the principles and values around equity and inclusivity that we desire to engender in learning spaces and understand how those principles and values translate into key characteristics, features, and measures.
- Ecosystems for learning spaces: Seeking to understand the way stakeholders, planners, administrators, faculty, and students collaborate in planning, implementing, and providing continuing support for a campus-wide ecosystem of innovative spaces for learning.
LSC Roundtable Focusing on Accommodating Project-based Learning
June 20, 2018
12:30 – 4:30 p.m.
Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI)
In collaboration with the 2018 Institute on Project-Based Learning
The Institute on Project-Based Learning draws on over 40 years of experience integrating project-based initiatives into undergraduate education including classroom projects in a wide range of disciplines, projects in the first year, major capstone projects, community-based projects, and study abroad projects. Project-based learning offers students real-world opportunities to research issues, think critically, gain new perspectives, solve problems, and develop written and oral communication skills all within the framework of a team environment and guided by engaged and involved faculty.
LSC Roundtable on Focusing on Classrooms and Formal Learning Spaces – Stanford University
June 19, 2018
1:00 – 5:00 p.m.
This Stanford Roundtable will focus on a particular spatial type—classrooms and formal learning environments. It will be of interest to planners, architects, educators, and users with the challenge or opportunity to design, use, assess classrooms and formal learning spaces.
Broadening the Discussion: Shaping a Campus as an Ecosystem of Spaces for Making
March 22-24, 2018