About the summit

“The classroom environment can work for us or against us, which is why it is first, last, and always among pedagogical concerns” –John Carroll

Annual Innovative Learning Spaces summit will delve into the challenges that higher education institutions are facing. The summit will provide an excellent platform for deeper understanding of the link between pedagogical practices and learning space designs. Innovative learning environments can support each institution’s mission of enabling student learning. Hearing the inspirational presentations, prepared by our expert-speakers, will offer participants new ideas and viewpoints on further development of the existing learning spaces and future projects. Besides the individual presentations, this summit is meant to provide an active networking platform for the participants, which will help them with reviewing their strategies and creating solid future plans. The summit will provide an inspiring environment for further discussions about the importance of learning space design, and it will offer new tools for evaluating current designs. Networking breaks will give the possibility for the industry leaders to gather together and discuss about the future developments and the potential behind new ideas.

Meet some of our speakers

Head of Infrastructures for Learning and Research
Aalto University School of Arts, Design and Architecture
Director of Estates
Said Business School University of Oxford
Director, Teaching Technology
Ball State University
Quality reviewer
International Council for Open and Distance Education (ICDE)

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Key Practical Learning Points:

  • Evolution of Learning Spaces and the Classroom of the Future
  • Designing Virtual and Physical Spaces
  • Trends in Learning Space Design
  • Benefits of Advanced Technology in Learning Environments
  • Traditional Buildings and Innovative Renovations
  • Next Generation Learning Technology
  • Rethinking and Remaking Traditional Learning Spaces
  • Activity-based Working and Student-Friendly Approach

Who Should Attend:

This summit will gather together Directors, Heads, CLOs, Managers, Consultants, Professors, Principals, Deans and Senior Level Executives dealing with:

  • Estates and Facilities
  • Learning Infrastructure
  • Educational Development
  • Education Technology
  • Learning Transformation
  • Space Planning
  • Future-focused Education
  • Facilities Management
  • Technology Integration
  • Digital Learning and eLearning
  • Change Management
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