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Download the Full Agenda and Event Guide

Download the Full Agenda and Event Guide

The Next Generation Learning Spaces conference is taking place on the 20th – 22nd March 2018. We have assembled 25 experts from the UK’s leading universities to guide you through their experiences and share their knowledge with you. Here are just a handful of our speaker faculty for 2018:

  • Prof. Ale Armellini, Dean of Learning and Teaching, University of Northampton
  • Liz Burd, Pro Vice-Chancellor Learning & Teaching, Office of the Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Academic), The University of Newcastle Australia
  • Adrian Peterson, Director, Innovative Learning Spaces and Special Projects Library and Academic Technology, Washington College
  • Lars Binau, Team Leader DTU Library, Technical University of Denmark
  • Mat Davies, MCIOB, Oxford Saïd Estate Director Saïd Business School, University of Oxford
  • Tom O’Mara, Online Project Manager, University College Cork
  • Eleanor Magennis, Project Development Manager, University of Glasgow
  • Peter R Green, MECD Teaching and Learning Project Lead, The University of Manchester
  • Mark Swales, Director of Estates and Facilities, Sheffield Hallam University

An Inside Look into the World's Best Spaces for Learning

An Inside Look into the World's Best Spaces for Learning

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Five Principles For An Optimal Next Generation Learning Space

Five Principles For An Optimal Next Generation Learning Space

The “Next Generation Learning Space” (NGLS) is the setting in which this type of teaching and learning can take place, the crucible in which generations to come will be molded. 
But what are the key criteria to make these state-of-the-art education environments an optimal experience for sustainable teaching and learning? We have taken a look at five principles that should underpin the Next Generation Learning experience.  
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The Keys To Making An Innovative Space A Effective Space

Dr Mark Winterbottom, University of Cambridge, UK gives his opinion on some of the keys to a successful next generation learning space (NGLS).