|Title||Campuses in Change: An International Perspective|
Exploration of the changing focus of learning and research on university campuses and the implication for spatial needs. An important function of the university learning environment is to create space for knowledge exchange. The learning environment is distributed across both the virtual and physical realm which itself has an impact on space. Space; time; and connectivity are key concepts that impact on how, when and where people use space for learning and research. The spatial demands of universities are being rethought with a move away from single use type space such as lecture theatres to more fluid and flexible types of space.
|Keywords||University campus; learning space; education|
|Conference||Spaces that support a Higher Education Environment: International Research Seminar on the Future of Learning Environments|