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article thumbnail        Technology is reshaping education around the world. From the rapid proliferation of massive open online courses, or MOOCs, to the widespread use of devices that support a variety of “blended learning” models (part online,...
Fostering Ownership Through Design
Thursday, 13 March 2014
article thumbnailNew designs fuel inspiration while responding to students’ changing habits By Amy Bell, AIA, LEED Green Associate WHAT INSPIRES YOU? Close your eyes and imagine the space where you feel the most inspired, most ambitious, or...
Light-Filled Learning
Saturday, 08 February 2014
article thumbnail    Innovative strategies support design best practices By John R. Dale, FAIA, LEED AP Evidence-based research suggests that students learn better in settings with balanced natural light. At various moments in the history of...
Driving Value in Tech-Rich Spaces
Monday, 23 September 2013
article thumbnail  Driving Value in Tech-Rich Spaces   Advances in information technology enhance,  diversify today’s learning environments By Peter C. Lippman, Associate AIA, REFP, 
with Janine Betz Building technologies have shaped the...

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