Next Generation Learning Spaces Conference


Los Angeles, CA, United States

Building Environments to Inspire a Culture of Innovation

The 5th Annual Next Generation Learning Spaces conference will explore how institutions of higher education are; evolving and adapting, spending, engaging faculty and students, and working through today's top challenges as physical space meets digital space, and all of the challenges in between.

Whether you are a part of a small institution or a large institution of higher education, an innovative dean, provost, CIO, instructional designer, classroom management provider, architect, edtech leader or strategic planner - this event will be a chance for you to collaborate and see what the designs of the future hold. The time is ripe for reinvention. We must meet the new focus of developing a culture of innovation to meet the needs of the every changing student. So, come find out how pedagogy, design thinking, personalization, partnerships, immersive technologies, and online learning are affecting the development of space within higher ed.

Why Now?

  • BRAND NEW opportunities to find your flock, through birds-of-a-feather track sessions around Campus Size Instructional Innovation, and Faculty Engagement
  • EXPLORE what's next in university learning spaces from higher ed's movers and shakers
  • BENCHMARK your learning environments with interactive tours hosted by the University of Southern California and Pepperdine University
  • FUTURE-PROOF your learning spaces transformation through stories on Immersive Technologies
  • RE-IMAGINE your future campus through environments that inspire a culture of innovation

2019 Speakers

  • Martha Anez, Associate Director Interior Design Interior Architecture Programs, Thomas Jefferson University
  • Curt Asher, Library Dean, California State University at Bakersfield
  •  Mary Somerville PhD, University Librarian, University of the Pacific
  • Jeffrey Ashley, Director of Teaching & Learning Center, Thomas Jefferson University
  • Maggie Beers, Executive Director of Academic Technology & Leadership, San Francisco State University
  • Beverly Bondad-Brown, Director of Academic Technology, California State University-Los Angeles
  • Andreas Brockhaus, Executive Director of the Office of Digital Learning & Innovation (DLI), University of Washington-Bothell
  • Monique Chabot, Assistant Professor Occupational Therapy- East Falls Campus, Thomas Jefferson University
  • Rita-Marie Conrad, Senior Pedagogical Consultant-Center for Teaching and Learning, University of California, Berkeley
  • Megan Dee Durocher, Audio Visual and Integration Experience Solutions Architect, University of Southern California
  • Jon Dorbolo PhD., Associate Director, TAC, Oregon State University
  • Ed Evans, SAVP for IT & CIO, Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi
  • Cristi Ford, Associate Vice Provost, Center for Innovation in Learning and Student Success, University of Maryland, University College
  • James Frazee, Director of Instructional Technology Services, San Diego State University
  • Chi Hang Lo, IT Analyst, University of Southern California
  • Trey Harris, Education Market Manager, Clarus
  • Julie Johnston, Director Of Learning Spaces, Indiana University
  • William Loges PhD., Associate Professor, Oregon State University
  • Rebecca Lubas, Dean of Library Services, Central Washington University
  • Laura Lucas, Learning Spaces Manageer, St. Edward's University
  • Ken Mauri, Director of Campus Design, Chapman University
  • David Moehring, Senior Capital Planner, University of Washington-Bothell
  • Ken Murphy PhD., Assoc Provost Academic Admin, Chapman University
  • Shawn Naccarato, Chief Strategy Officer, Pittsburg State University
  • Tonya Peck, Partner, Locomotive Partners
  • Adrian Peterson, Director, Innovative Learning Spaces and Special Projects, Washington College
  • Marie-Christine Potvin, Interim Director Occupational Therapy Program, Thomas Jefferson University
  • Jana Remy PhD., Director, Educational Technology, Chapman University
  • Catherine Rudowsky, Dean of Libraries, Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi
  • Michelle Samura Ph.D., Associate Dean for Undergraduate Education and Associate Professor, Chapman University
  • Ana Thompson, Learning & Access Designer, University of Washington-Bothell
  • Dano Weisbord, Director of Sustainability and Campus Planning, Smith College
  • Ryan Wetzel, Manager, Creative Learning Initiatives, Teaching and Learning with Technology, Penn State University
  • David Woodburry, Associate Head of User Experience, North Carolina State University
Workshop & Site Tour Day - Monday, February 25, 2019

Conference Day One - Tuesday, February 26, 2019

Conference Day Two - Tuesday, February 27, 2019

Venue

The Line LA Live
3515 Wilshire Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90010
213-381-7411

Decades of Korean, Latino, and American heritage converge here to create LA's only 24-hour neighborhood. At the heart is the LINE LA, a second home for neighbors and travelers seeking a rich, layered experience unlike any other in Los Angeles. Tucked between Hollywood and downtown, the LINE LA is your haven for creative expression and your jump off for urban exploration.

The special room rate of $179.00 has been established to make your reservation process easy.  Simply call 213-381-7411 and give the group code 190227IQPC  or click here to book online. You must make your reservation no later than February 5th, 2019. For your convenience, the special rate has been extended to three days before and after the conference. 

Please note: We will never recommend, approve or appoint any third party rooming service to act on our behalf. Please be extremely wary if you are approached by any such companies. We will always endeavour to negotiate the best available rates for you so please use the Hotel's website link provided.
Next Generation Learning Spaces
Event details
Organizer : IQPC North America
Venue : The Line LA Live, Los Angeles, CA, United States
Event type : Conference
Reference : ASDE-19109