LSC Roundtable Collection I: Essays on Designing for Inclusion and Equity
1. Thinking Metaphorically about Spaces for Learning 2. How Do We Disrupt the System? 3. Experience of the User Learner 4. The Yardstick: A New Metaphor for the Process of Planning 5. How Can Space Facilitate the Process of Making Knowledge? 6. Assessing How Spaces Enable Comfort and Belonging 7. Planning and Designing for Inclusivity […]
Questions Academics and Architects Should Be Asking
What we should be doing in the discovery/planning process is asking some really absurd questions: What if the library we are planning now becomes a humanities classroom building in the future? What if we did not think about flexibility as though everything had to turn on a dime? What if we had a better sense […]
How Can Space Facilitate the Process of Making Knowledge?
How can space facilitate the process of “making” knowledge, including demystifying failure, nurturing, and embracing students as assets, and promoting life-long-learning? Our group saw this as an important question as we began to think about students as assets in the learning process. We understand failure as an integral part of the process of generating knowledge […]