Next Generation Learning Spaces Conference


Los Angeles, CA, United States

Building Environments to Inspire a Culture of Innovation

Set against the backdrop of sunny LA, this past February's 4th Annual Next Generation Learning Spaces brought together 100+ higher education innovators for three days of intimate discussion on building environments to inspire a culture of innovation.

Perhaps one of the major takeaways was the diversity of thought. From the small schools and big campus breakouts to the tracks on faculty development and instructional design, the audience gained new insights on the vision, design and implementation of new spaces. Ultimately, what attendees are guaranteed to walk away with for this conference and next are different elements of active learning spaces, from the design stage, technological elements, to the faculty support and buy-in.


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
  • Jeffrey Ashley, Director of Teaching & Learning Center, Philadelphia University
  • Priyo Chatterjee, Vice President, Advanced Analytics and Data Science, Innovation Center, Southern New Hampshire University
  • David Woodburry, Associate Head of User Experience, North Carolina State University
  • Andreas Brockhaus, Executive Director of the Office of Digital Learning & Innovation (DLI), University of Washington-Bothell
  • Ana Thompson, Learning & Access Designer, University of Washington-Bothell
  • Shawn Naccarato, Chief Strategy Officer, Pittsburg State University
  • Rita-Marie Conrad, Senior Pedagogical Consultant-Center for Teaching and Learning, University of California, Berkeley
  • Maggie Beers, Executive Director of Academic Technology & Leadership, San Francisco State University
  • Beverly Bondad-Brown, Director of Academic Technology, California State University-Los Angeles
  • Monique Chabot, Assistant Professor Occupational Therapy- East Falls Campus, Thomas Jefferson University
  • Megan Dee Durocher, Director of Space and Technology Design, University of Southern California
  • Julie Johnston, Director Of Learning Spaces, Indiana 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
  • Laura Sauceda-Lucas, Learning Spaces Manageer, St. Edward's University
  • Teggin Summers, Manager, Teaching and Learning with Technology, San Francisco State University
  • David Moehring, Senior Capital Planner, University of Washington-Bothell
  • Ryan Wetzel, Manager, Creative Learning Initiatives, Teaching and Learning with Technology, Penn State University

Venue

Venue to be confirmed
Los Angeles, CA

Accommodation
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Next Generation Learning Spaces
Event details
Organizer : IQPC North America
Venue : Provided after registration, Los Angeles, CA, United States
Event type : Conference
Reference : ASDE-19109