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Designing Informal Learning Spaces Using Student Perspectives
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Journal of Learning Spaces Volume 1, Number 2,

Abstract

This article describes the design of informal learning spaces at an Australian university that support students in the generation of knowledge. Recent learning space design projects at La Trobe have been informed by a number of pre-existing projects, including a small research project on student use of technologies, a national project on learning space design, and a significant curriculum renewal process at the university. It demonstrates the ways in which evidence based on student perspectives and principles developed through applied research in teaching and learning can inform real world learning space design projects in a higher education context.

Citation

Riddle, M.D. & Souter, K. (2012). Designing Informal Learning Spaces Using Student Perspectives. Journal of Learning Spaces, 1(2),. Retrieved October 19, 2019 from .

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