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Unpublished Paper
Participatory Design of Purdue University’s Active Learning Center Final Report
Libraries Reports
  • Nancy Fried Foster, University of Rochester
  • Teresa Balser, Purdue University
  • Rae Lynn Boes, Purdue University
  • Dianna Deputy, Purdue University
  • William Ferrall, Purdue University
  • Michael Fosmire, Purdue University
  • Jeremy R. Garritano, Purdue University
  • Amanda Gill, Purdue University
  • Vicki Killion, Purdue University
  • Monica Kirkwood, Purdue University
  • Clarence Maybee, Purdue University
  • Kristen Twardowski, Purdue University
  • Jane Yatcilla, Purdue University
  • Tao Zhang, Purdue University
Date of this Version
5-1-2013
Keywords
  • Active Learning Center,
  • Purdue University,
  • Purdue Libraries,
  • active learning,
  • classroom space,
  • library space
Abstract
Purdue University’s commitment to active learning requires facilities that support small-­‐group work, peer learning, the use of technology, and other classroom innovations. The Active Learning Center is intended to provide classroom space combined seamlessly with library space to meet these needs. Members of the Libraries faculty and staff conducted a series of information-­‐gathering activities to gain insight into the range of activities, work practices and preferences that the new building must support. It is our hope that the building will indeed support these activities, serve as a centrally located, flagship building for Purdue University, and support and inspire learning for years to come.
Citation Information
Nancy Fried Foster, Teresa Balser, Rae Lynn Boes, Dianna Deputy, et al.. "Participatory Design of Purdue University’s Active Learning Center Final Report" (2013)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/michael_fosmire/9/