Case Study: Future Ways of Learning
Integrate 2017 - This paper explores what really needs to be considered when designing technology for the next generation of learning spaces. The intention is to fuel a conversation that might eventually change the thought processes behind technology design within higher education. In fact, innovation would likely occur more rapidly if consultants were driven by an alternative set of variables when investigating options and designing solutions. Ironically, taking the focus off technology momentarily in favour of focusing on the core objective – improving learning outcomes; would encourage a more collaborative approach to client interaction. This would, in turn, become a major catalyst for the design of more effective solutions that improve learning objectives.