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Seminar 14 Feb2008 Part3 Presentation Transcript

  • 1.
    • Collaborative Design Approach - the Project Team:
    • Assoc. Professor Peter Jamieson, Office of the Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Academic) - Learning Environment Designer.
    • Assoc. Professor Peter Tregloan, Chemistry - Academic team leader.
    • Jon Peacock, University of Melbourne Information Services - AV/IT design.
    • Carlo Sgro, University of Melbourne Information Services - AV/IT design.
    • Frank McCoy, University of Melbourne Property & Campus Services - project construction manager.
    • Peter Schreuder/Jo Joyce, Blomquist & Wark - project architects.
  • 2. Engineering collaborative classrooms, The University of Melbourne
    • Intended for first year cohort of 120 students
    • Needed 2 classrooms to accommodate cohort for simultaneous class
    • Aim to promote active, small-group learning
    • Size of groups an issue
    • How to promote shared use of IT & not create ‘computer lab’ environment?
    • Where to locate the teacher?
  • 3. The former Engineering Library
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  • 6. Another space …. second classroom
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  • 8. Complementing classrooms with informal learning spaces … The Engineering Learning Centre aimed to:
    • Provide a ‘home’ for all levels of Engineering students - retain students on-campus and in the faculty precinct
    • Raise morale - build cohort experience
    • Promote student-student collaboration
    • Promote shared IT use - not an IT lab
    • Enable continuation of ‘classroom’ approaches before & after class
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  • 14. Thank you….. questions, comments?