Active Learning in the Library: Stewarding Funds and Cutting Cables
classroom, library, active learning, technology, wireless, projection
I share about my experience converting a traditional computer lab in the library to an active learning space. During summer 2012, the Seattle Pacific University Library staff proposed, planned, and implemented the conversion of a traditional lab space with 22 desktop computers into an active learning classroom. We equipped the room with mobile furniture, a wireless interactive, short-throw projector with digital pens, a new MacBook Pro checkout system, and put a fresh coat of paint on the walls. Partnering with librarians, Facilities, and Instructional Technology Services, the project came together just before the new academic school year.
Ingersoll, Ryan, "Active Learning in the Library: Stewarding Funds and Cutting Cables" (2013). SPU Works. 8.