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2 Dublin Institute of Technology New Campus Grangegorman, Dublin 7 HEAnet Conference November 2006 Paul Horan David Scott

3 DIT Student 20,500 Staff 2,000 Science Park/commercial2,500 Health Beds 185 Staff 300+ Total ~26,000 Athlone15,936 Drogheda31,020 Mullingar15,621 Creating a New Town

4 St. Stephen’s Green DIT Grangegorman Maintaining City Centre Location

5 1.3km

6 Site and Neighbours

7 DIT – Who we are 6 Faculties 20,500 Students 2000 Staff 200 Part-time programmes 85 Full-time Programmes 4,000 Graduates per year (10,000 FT) Degree awarding powers up to Ph D DIT Serving Dublin City and Ireland since 1887

8 Quality Education Annually: 4,000 Undergraduates 500 Postgraduates 3,500 Apprentices Undergraduates by Faculty Total Student population 20,500 70% on degree level programmes Degree awarding powers up to Ph D One of 8 Irish members of the European Universities Association

9 Unique & Relevant 36% of DIT students on unique programmes 80% of graduates gain first employment in relevant areas Largest provider of part-time education Over 1,000 industry-based students on continuing education programmes Over 50,000 Alumni in DIT Graduate Network

10 DIT across the city Bolton St. Rathmines Chatham Row Kevin St. Pembroke St. Cathal Brugha St. Aungier St.

11 4 km

12 Why move To provide –Student-centred learning environment. –Using leading-edge technology. –With facilities currently lacking. Consistently excellent integrated student experience Exploit synergies and opportunities Grangegorman

13 Sports, Recreation & Amenity ~15,000m 2 Industry and Incubator 50,000m 2 Cultural ~5,000m 2 Food & Retail ~8,000m 2 Student Accommodation 50,000m 2 Health Facilities Open/Pitches 20% Campus Elements Education & Research ~150,000m 2

14 State-of-the-art Library & Learning Environment Core Education

15 Fostering Research Research

16 Sports, Recreation & Amenity Comprehensive Sporting and Recreation Facilities

17 Student Accommodation On-site accommodation for students

18 Centre for Visual & Performing Arts Cultural Exhibitions Music Recitals Photography Theatre Cinema Art & Design Local Resource

19 Industry and Incubator Planning 50,000 m 2 Established model PDC and HotHouse 30 Start-ups per annum 50 Fast–growth companies supported Existing 15,000 m 2 of Incubation space Bolton Trust Fostering Enterprise Initial Information and Industry Incubation centre on site mid-2007

20 Smithfield Cabra Stoneybatter Broadstone Phibsborough DIT Grangegorman Completing the Jigsaw....in partnership

21 Potential Funding Sources for Education Development Projected construction cost €850.0m Funded by:€m Exchequer Funding200 DIT generated funding350 Private Philanthropy 50 Commercially generated 250 Total 850 Development will be phased 76%

22 Dublin City Development Plan Grangegorman designated a Framework Development Area “To create a sustainable urban campus at Grangegorman as a new home for DIT with the capacity to develop strong links with other knowledge sector engines located elsewhere in the inner city”

23 Historic Fabric North house Lower house Clocktower Occupational therapy RC Church, unit 22 & 23 C of I Church 13 protected structures on site in total (Francis Johnston)

24 Timeframes 2006 Development Agency estb’d 2007Master planning 2008->Construction commences 2012 Initial relocation 2016Complete

25 Unique opportunity to design an integrated higher education campus exploiting the best leading edge technologies

26 Sports, Recreation & Amenity ~15,000m 2 Industry and Incubator 50,000m 2 Cultural ~5,000m 2 Food & Retail ~8,000m 2 Student Accommodation 50,000m 2 Health Facilities Open/Pitches 20% Campus Elements Education & Research ~150,000m 2

27 Aims Underpin the delivery of learning & teaching (on & off campus), research, administration, links with industry, HSE, Local Community, etc. State of the art Infrastructure –Seamless –Ubiquitous –Robust/Resilient –Flexible All space -> learning space Drive synergies across all activities.

28 Student Led Campus Technology Infrastructure Portal Student Learning Environment Student Services MIS, etc Learning/ Pedagogy

29 Changing student profile Different characteristics, needs, expectations Net Generation/Net Gen, Millennials, Digital Natives Born after 1987 Grown up with technology Mature/Foreign Our students

30 Net Gen Multi-mediaGraphics/visual/sound Connected Mobile phones, iPod, MP3, PDAs, IM, wireless Multitasking IM, gaming, searching, non linear ExperimentalVisual interfaces, streaming media Collaborative Chat, screen sharing, P2P, groups IntegratedContent, service, coaching ExpectationsProducers & consumers

31 Service driven Portal – common/personalised student/staff environment Plan for common access IT provision –Information Commons –Integrated with library –24/7 access

32 A Campus with technology ‘embedded’ into the very fabric of the buildings and grounds requires: a) pedagogically sound set of design Principles for teaching and learning spaces and b) a clear statement of the Practical issues to be considered at the design stage.

33 Pedagogical What do we want to teach? How do we want to teach it? What can technology bring to it? Make Choices

34 Practical Issues Flexibility/Timing No single point of failure. Connectivity Power Disaster recovery/Business Continuity Integrated voice/data/video Mobility Ducting Integrated Network/Audio Visual/Printing Service Flexible furniture and room arrangements Leaning Space Design Invisible Technology that works

35 Opportunities

36 Learning Environments Responding to the changing learning paradigm Collaboration Research networks

37 Wireless Wireless airspace across campus –Who operates/owns? 2G –> 3G In building delivery -> site wide Multi-operator 'plug and play' environment?

38 Telephony Desk v VOIP v wireless ….. Phone /PDA/ Mobile device

39 Integration Buildings Management Systems Access Control Security and Surveillance Fire safety Smart card –Access & identification, –Library, –Cash card – food, vending, retail, sports, …..

40 Transition Timeframes Going to get more complex –Need to continue operations on existing sites as we role out new campus Do you design to support legacy or abandon and start afresh?

41 Unique opportunity to design an integrated higher education campus exploiting the best leading edge technologies

42 Timeframes 2006 Development Agency estb’d 2007Master planning 2008->Construction commences 2012 Initial relocation 2016Complete


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