Learning, spaces and technology: exploring the concept

The “Learning, spaces and technology: exploring the concept” is a publication aimed at anyone who has, or may be, engaged in creating, managing or supporting a large-scale learning space. It is not simply an account of the jointly funded JISC/CCCU iBorrow Project or the Augustine House Programme at Canterbury Christ Church University. Rather, it draws on our experience within the project to look and reflect on the issues surrounding the phenomenon of large-scale learning centres which have been a feature of estate development within UK Higher Education for more than a decade. Chapter 14 of the book draws upon my MSc in e-Learning dissertation: “Towards aligning pedagogy, space and technology inside a large-scale learning environment“.

The beautiful photographs that feature throughout the book are by Rebecca Douglas with design and production by Tristram Arris.

This book is freely available as a series of downloadable PDFs or a single PDF from: http://www.canterbury.ac.uk/iborrow/book/.

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