Education

 

 

At every level of education, both learning and teaching styles have dramatically changed. Learning happens everywhere, from libraries and student unions to lecture halls and classrooms—requiring a interconnected campus that fosters seamless knowledge exchange. Now more than ever, technology is central to the learning experience—requiring schools, colleges and universities to alter traditional teaching methods and modify their learning spaces to accommodate it.

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360 Issue 60 : Rethinking Higher Education Spaces

As colleges look to deal with new teaching methods, changing technology, and a new generation of students, space plays a key role in higher education. 

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Innovation enters the classroom | Steelcase 360 Featured Article

Want to see something amazing? Visit a college classroom. You’ll be amazed, perhaps astounded to learn that today’s classrooms look completely – like the ones you sat in five, 10, or even 50 years ago. Despite revolutionary technology, the information explosion, and an interconnected planet, not to mention improved teaching and learning methods, the typical college classroom is fixed in time like a museum diorama.

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Libraries without books!?| Steelcase 360 Featured Article

It was a quiet milestone two years ago when the University of Michigan announced its millionth book online, part of a joint effort of 30 university libraries. any attention this landmark received was overshadowed by concerns of copyright…

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