The quest to deliver superior learning spaces has seen a wide range of bold, visionary designs emerge. However, some educational institutions are reporting difficulties with the learning spaces they have developed. Adjustment issues range from a lack of buy-in from senior leadership to teachers and students not wanting or being able to successfully utilize the new design features.
Without the right combination of the appropriate design elements, philosophy, physical systems, and components, a learning space cannot deliver the experience that students deserve and good business dictates they should have.
In this article, we explore how best to improve learning spaces. We look at design principles to guide the best return on experience, case studies of those institutions doing it well and how we keep learning spaces relevant and effective.
Download the report to improve the learning space to drive a better return on experience.