Tertiary Learning Space Design
Learning space design strategies to enrichstudent experiences
Without a commitment to innovative student experiences universities cannot expect to retain students. With no cap on admissions and the
potential for deregulation looming, traditional methods of teaching and learning will no longer set a university aside. Instead, new techniques must be implemented to establish long term competitive advantage.
As digital disruption becomes more apparent engaging with students becomes harder. Universities must start thinking of how both virtual and physical spaces can enrich student attributes.
"We cannot provide brilliant and relevant university education by pretending we teach in small 19th-century universities. We need programs to make systemic change. We cannot rely only on a cohort of legendary teachers as the answer."
- Professor Margaret Gardner AO, Vice-Chancellor, Monash University
Who will attend?
Leaders and practitioners from higher education with a responsibility for:
• Learning and Teaching
• Learning Environments
• Student Experience and Educational Development
• Innovation, Infrastructure and Space
• Faculty Management and Planning
Category: Conferences | Education | Higher Education
Standard Rates: AUD 2799
Commercial Solutions Providers: AUD 3699
Speakers: Sarah Chaloner, Wendy Harper, Mike Keppell, Danny Carroll, Harald Baulis, Kenn Fisher, David Porter, Jon Peacock, Robert Fitzgerald, Wendy Harper, Andrew Lavery, Danny Carroll, Andrew Ford, Trish Andrews