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Learning Spaces

Learning spaces take the form of classrooms, libraries, hallways, conference rooms, lobbies, cafés, and more. How do they fit into curriculum design?

The TALK Center works with faculty, students, and staff, to design and develop innovative and adaptable teaching and learning spaces for their academic programs, including, but not limited to: PharmD, graduate, international, continuing education, seminars, and student organizations. 

The curriculum leads and advances the design for innovative learning spaces. The College of Pharmacy IT and AV team participate in the curriculum revision process to help fulfill future College resources and needs. The IT and AV team each include members that are industry certified in design standards and are involved in Educause peer groups focused on learning space and design.

As capital programs, renovation, and other space development occurs in the College, our team is available to offer guidance and services to design and develop the right environment that supports learning practices. Involvement may include addressing needs, such as, power, wireless capabilities, wiring infrastructure, integrating technology, programming, furniture, space organization, and more.

Whether it is developing a complex, multisite automated distance learning classroom that merges two physical spaces together, or simple projects like adding additional handheld microphones to a space to allow greater discussion and active learning, the IT & AV team continues to prepare for the College’s next learning space to address curriculum needs. 


Example Projects

  •  Distance Learning Classrooms
  •  TALK Center and Classroom
  •  Student Organization Room
  •  470/498 & 570/598 – Integrated Team Based Learning Infrastructure