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Featured Speakers

 David Langley
David Langley
Educational Program Specialist, Center for Educational Innovation
University of Minnesota
 Kyle Bowen
Kyle Bowen
Director of Education Technology Services
Penn State University
 Gary McNay
Gary McNay
Principal
Perkins+Will
 Anu Vedantham
Anu Vedantham
Director, Weigle Information Commons
University of Pennsylvania
 Jim Twetten
Jim Twetten
Director of Academic Technologies, Information Technology Serv
Iowa State University
 Lisa Stephens
Lisa Stephens
Senior Strategist, SUNY Academic Innovation
State University of New York at Buffalo
 Charles Henderson
Charles Henderson
Co-Director, Center for Research on Instructional Change
Western Michigan University
 Tomalee Doan
Tomalee Doan
Associate Dean for Academic Affairs, Associate Professor
Purdue University
 Jillian Kinzie
Jillian Kinzie
Center for Postsecondary Research
Indiana University Bloomington
 Chris Goode
Chris Goode
Senior Lecturer, Director of Undergraduate Studies
Georgia State University
 Hilary Gossett
Hilary Gossett
Assistant Director, Academic Facilities, Office of the Senior Vice President and Provost
University of Maryland College Park
 Charles Forrest
Charles Forrest
Director of Library Facilities
Emory University
 Lindsey Downs
Lindsey Downs
Instructional Technology
Montana State University
 Ian Roy
Ian Roy
Assistant Director for Research Technology and Innovation
Brandeis University
 Lee Webster
Lee Webster
Manager of Innovative Learning Spaces
Georgia State University
 Jane Hunter
Jane Hunter
Director of Academic Resources & Special Projects
University of Arizona
 Quint Gregory
Quint Gregory
Director, Michelle Smith Collaboratory for Visual Culture
University of Maryland College Park
 James Frazee
James Frazee
Director of Instructional Technology Services
San Diego State University
 Maaroof Fakhri
Maaroof Fakhri
Director of Education Partnerships
Labster
 Giancarlo DelVita
Giancarlo DelVita
Design Leader
BHDP Architecture
Frank Kolavo
President
Computer Comforts

Next Generation Learning Spaces 2016

Structuring Higher Education with Responsive Development and Collaboration

Savvy Higher Education leaders must navigate many competing priorities as they optimize their learning environments for a student body requiring both the latest in technology and close, collaborative contact with their peers. The challenges are vast, but progress is happening every day as innovators are finding new, exciting ways to propel undergraduate and graduate students toward the future of learning. If smart, robust learning spaces and technology strategies are your priority, you won’t want to miss Next Generation Learning Spaces as we uncover the keys to success.

Who Will You Meet?

The evolution of learning environments in Higher Education incorporates the expertise of multiple stakeholders, looking after learning strategies, faculty development, technology integration, library innovations and academic administration. This event will bring together senior-level professionals from undergraduate and professional degree granting institutions, whose day-to-day focus is on reinventing and re-imagining student learning, teaching technology and classroom design. Next Generation Learning Spaces will also include the perspective of architects, designers and technology providers seeking to inspire today's learners with a academically rewarding experience.

Expected participants include:

  • Directors of Teaching & Learning Innovation
  • Chief Information Officers & Directors of IT
  • Directors of Learning Resources/Initiatives
  • University Provosts and Deans of Academic Colleges

  • Directors of Academic Technology
  • Instructional Designers
  • Deans of Libraries
  • Directors of Innovative Education
  • Architectural Firms and Space Designers

The classroom of the future needs to be designed, planned and implemented now, as universities are called upon to deliver more effective learning to a wider range of students, with new and heightened expectations about their learning environments. The future of education increasingly lies with those that can effectively integrate the latest tools, technologies and learning methodologies into the physical landscape of next generation learning spaces.

We look forward to seeing you in Atlanta this February as we explore the future of learning spaces, educational strategies and your role in the evolution!


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