Symposium on Learning Spaces

Date: Thursday 5 June, 2014

Time: 8:30am – 5pm

Venue: Frank Tate Room, 100 Leicester Street

RSVP: Register online

This symposium provides opportunity for post-graduate researchers to share their latest thinking and research on the design, use, and evaluation of new-generation learning environments. It is an event that celebrates emerging research and researchers.

Hosted by the University of Melbourne’s Learning Environments Applied Research Network (LEaRN), and organized by the Evaluating 21st Century Learning Environments 2014-2016 ARC Linkage project team, Snapshots, will showcase fresh ideas and innovative strategies that early career researchers are bringing to this topic.

Situated in the Melbourne Graduate School of Education, Snapshots will present 10 minute papers in short batches across one day of presentations. There will be no concurrent sessions – all participants will enjoy all papers. Selected papers from this symposium will be peer-reviewed and – if accepted – released in December 2014 in a book edited by Architecture's Drs Ben Cleveland and Kenn Fisher, and MGSE’s Dr. Wesley Imms

Source: Wesley Imms, Learning Spaces research