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Kathe Hicks Albrecht, American University presentation at VRA 28 Atlanta.

"The VRC as a 21st Century Learning Place" as part of the "Transition to Learning Spaces: Redefining Our Space for the Digital World" seminar.

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  • The VRC as a 21 st Century Learning Space Frank Lloyd Wright’s Fallingwater from across Bear Run Kathe Hicks Albrecht American University VRA Conference Atlanta, March 2010
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    • Visual Resources Suite
    Central Space Storage Room Curator’s Office Kassalow Collection (Grad Study Library) Graduate workroom
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  • New Training Tools
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    • Visual Resources Suite
    Central Space Storage Room Curator’s Office Kassalow Collection (Grad Study Library) Graduate workroom
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  • The New Learning Space
    • Participatory Architecture: flexible spaces, areas for group and individual study, accessibility to reference materials
    • Supports non-linear, “spontaneous” learning through discussion and discovery
    • Informal
    • Enhances, Engages, Encourages, Empowers
    • Intellectual Ownership of Space
    • Comfortable and inviting
  • Looking to the Future
    • Expand services to existing clientele
    • Broaden our client base
    • Work collaboratively with others
    • Think outside the box about what the VRC contributes to the learning landscape
    • Become the New Learning Space