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This site is dedicated to the Marshall University renovation of Learning Spaces.
​​​ Technology Enhanced Classroom Upgrades

President Kopp has dedicated $1 million dollars annually to upgrade our campus classrooms into Active Learning and Collaboration Spaces. Only classrooms that are centrally scheduled by the Registrar will be targeted for the technology and furniture improvements. We began the summer with 10 classrooms and expect to add another 10 plus for the summer term. Classrooms included in this initiative are selected by the Provost and academic Deans

YOU MUST LOG-IN (upper right corner) USING YOUR MUnet ID (i.e. Smith) TO PARTICIPATE IN THE DISCUSSIONS.

 

 Reference Project Documents

 
  
  
  
Folder: Room Specifications
  
6/20/2011 3:11 PM
Folder: Reference Documents
  
6/20/2011 3:27 PM
Folder: Educause2011
  
10/20/2011 4:51 PM
Pilot TECI Active Learning Summer 2011.pdf
  
6/20/2011 2:04 PM
Original TECI Room Level List.pdf
  
6/20/2011 2:07 PM
TECI Utilization Spring 2011 first 8 wks (2).xlsx
  
6/20/2011 3:18 PM
TECI Training.pdf
  
8/1/2011 4:48 PM
teci overview.pptx
  
8/17/2011 7:07 AM
TECI photos 8-22-11.pptx
  
8/22/2011 10:38 AM
Flexible Classroom.pdf
  
9/7/2011 3:53 PM
Racks and desks.pdf
  
11/9/2011 11:13 AM
Classroom Seating Learn2.pdf
  
3/6/2012 9:37 AM
Classroom Seating Learn2 chair.pdf
  
3/6/2012 9:37 AM
classroom checklist building sort.pdf
  
4/13/2012 11:59 AM
Summer 2012 Room Pictures.pptx
  
6/4/2012 1:10 PM
2012 Room Equipment List.xls
  
1/22/2013 2:40 PM

 

 

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This video includes MU and other universities.
 
  
This brief video demonstrates the transformation of the first 10 classroom renovations.
 
  
This video demonstrates the different ways to configure the node chairs.
 
  
ClassSpot redefines “smart classrooms,” delivering flexible, engaging learning spaces where students and faculty work together freely.
 
  
The effective design of learning spaces—whether a classroom, a laboratory, a library, or an informal space—can enhance learning. As educators have integrated communication, collaboration, and computing technologies, learning spaces have morphed. The design of learning spaces goes beyond the physical to include the virtual. Educators, technologists, and space planners are combining technology, pedagogy, learning science, and physical space. What types of activities lead to learning? How can innovative uses of space and technology enable these activities, leading to more effective learning?
 
  
Educause Learning Spaces ListServ web interface for viewing discussions of Learning Space Design and Use.  Join the ListServ or search or view the Archive.
 
  
 
  
This current standard cost is about $2,300 to add to a room.
 
  
 
  
 
  
 
  
Information on the design and layout of classrooms for colleges and universities, compiled by the National Clearinghouse for Educational Facilities.
 
  
This discusses the color aspects of whiteboards vs chalkboards and the ease or reading them.
 
  
This or equivalent is the top pick for a new standard Lectern.
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