Whether you’re justifying use of funds or seeking funding for your active learning space initiative, your project scope will need evidence to support your request. Our experts will guide you through ways to collect and incorporate the most compelling data so you can effectively communicate the need and what it will cost.
Join us for this 60 minute webcast and learn essential front-end research strategies that you can use and apply during the vision, design, and budgeting phases.
Who Should Attend
Academic leaders and planning committee members who are envisioning a flexible space re-design to promote active learning will benefit whether you are pre- or post-funding, as will professionals who are charged with assessing space needs and communicating research to a broader audience.
As a part of your registration for this webcast, you will receive resources to help you develop your proposal for an active learning space. These resources include:
- Sample active learning space budget
- Sample active learning space proposal
After participating in this webcast, you will be able to incorporate research into your next active learning space proposal more effectively.
During this webcast, our speakers will cover the following key strategies for:
- Getting buy-in by involving the campus community in the research process
- Collecting the right data to position your project for successful approval
- Benchmarking your space with key metrics
- Prototyping your ideas for a right-sized budget
Tawnya Means, Assistant Dean and Director, Teaching and Learning Center, University of Nebraska
Tawnya’s expertise draws heavily from her involvement in research, design, renovation, and support for teaching of four university active learning space projects, including single classroom and new building.
Dr. Rebecca Frazee, Lecturer, Learning Design and Technology Program, San Diego State University
A consultant and coach in learning and performance improvement technologies, Rebecca brings experience and expertise in blended learning, technology adoption, and engaging online learners.