Odegaard Active Learning Classrooms: Now Accepting Requests!

Two state-of-the-art Active Learn­ing Class­rooms are being built in Ode­gaard Library (avail­able Autumn 2013), pro­vid­ing edu­ca­tors with a unique oppor­tu­nity to explore how space and tech­nol­ogy can pro­mote stu­dent learn­ing. The Active Learn­ing Class­rooms are located on the 1st floor of Ode­gaard Library. ALC 136 has a capac­ity of 90 stu­dents and ALC 141 has a capac­ity of 63 stu­dents. We are now accept­ing appli­ca­tions to teach in these spaces for the 2013–14 aca­d­e­mic year! The Active Learn­ing
Class­room web­site pro­vides infor­ma­tion about request­ing a class­room and details the ben­e­fits and fea­tures of the Active Learn­ing Class­rooms.  Learn more at: http://bit.ly/Z2iLBV.

Please note, if you have already sub­mit­ted an appli­ca­tion for an ALC, you do not need to com­plete a sec­ond request.

Inter­ested in redesign­ing your course or assign­ment for the Active Learn­ing Class­rooms? Join the Spring Quar­ter Fac­ulty Pro­fes­sional Learn­ing Com­mu­nity on Active Learn­ing Class­rooms! Edu­ca­tors from any dis­ci­pline or depart­ment are invited to par­tic­i­pate. Learn more at: http://www.washington.edu/teaching/uw-library-active-learning-classrooms-fplc.  Please feel free to for­ward this infor­ma­tion on to any and all col­leagues you think would like to teach in or learn more about the Active Learn­ing Classrooms.

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