Improve Learning and Teaching Outcomes by Amalgamating your Virtual and Physical Spaces

With technology, the availability of knowledge and the learning structure is evolving; universities need to create environments that encourage collaborative and critical learning. Amalgamating both virtual and physical spaces are key to ensuring that departmental faculties are maximising students learning outcomes and longevity learning. If increasing your global standing by creating smart, robust learning spaces and technology strategies are your priority, you won’t want to miss Next Generation Learning Spaces as we uncover the keys to success from top ranking UK and international universities.

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Hear 22+ leading experts including University of Warwick, University of Oxford and University of Glasgow provide exclusive insights into how they improved learning & teaching through innovation in space design to help you attain better results and enhance the student experience

 

Discover how the University of Warwick is leading the way by amalgamating virtual and physical spaces, enabling you to select and integrate the most effective technology for your spaces

 

Obtain a step-by-step approach to use your data to future-proof availability of space and build the business case for future investment from King’s College London

 

Learn how to avoid time delays and cost blow outs by optimising every stage of your project from concept, design through to delivery via project case studies from top 20 globally ranked universities

 

Gain a 360 perspective from Heads of Learning & Teaching, IT, AV, Estates, Planning and Space on how to collaborate effectively on your next big project

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Join us as we bring together senior-level professionals from undergraduate and professional degree granting institutions, whose day-to-day focus is on reinventing and re-imagining student learning, teaching technology and classroom design. Next Generation Learning Spaces will also include the perspective of architects, designers and technology providers seeking to inspire today's learners with a academically rewarding experience.


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