On Friday, March 15th the University of Michigan is hosting a campus-wide kick-off event for the Connected Learning Environment Series at the Hatcher Graduate Library Gallery tomorrow focusing on a discussion about connected learning environments, considering ways to create, manage, and investigate the outcomes in these spaces.
Friday, March 15, 2013
Noon – 4 pm
Hatcher Graduate Library Gallery (Room 100)
What is a connected learning environment? From a 2013 report from the Digital Media and Learning Research Hub in Irvine, CA, it is a “design model [that] builds on this approach by focusing on supports and mechanisms for building environments that connect learning across the spheres of interests, peer culture, and academic life.”
The event will kick off discussing the 2013 report as well as one successful interdisciplinary and technology-enabled environment, Design Lab 1 in the Duderstadt Center, will be presented along with several themes emerging from the findings.
The Connected Learning Environment Series is sponsored by MLibrary and by the Collaborative Domain Group, a cross disciplinary team of faculty and administrators across the university.
For additional information contact the Series organizers at: firstname.lastname@example.org