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2 Technology-Rich Learning Spaces: A Virtual Tour Joan K. Lippincott Associate Executive Director Coalition for Networked Information Jeanne L. Narum Director Project Kaleidoscope

3 Information technology has become integral to so many aspects of higher education that it no longer makes sense for it to be in a separate category. -- Chronicle Daily Report, 10/20/2003

4 Goals for Technology-Rich Learning Spaces Ubiquitous access to technology Integration of technology, digital content, and teaching & learning Building community through technology- enabled learning spaces

5 1. Ubiquitous Access to Technology

6 Ubiquitous Access to Technology The Information Commons enables and facilitates access to information resources through technology to strengthen teaching, learning and research at the University of Toronto.

7 University of Chicagos USITE Crerar Center

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9 Santa Monica College ?

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12 2. Integration of Technology, Digital Content, and Teaching & Learning

13 Integration of Technology, Digital Content, and Teaching & Learning The goal of DMS is to become the "one-stop shop" for digital media needs on campus. University of Tennessees Digital Media Services

14 U. of Arizonas Integrated Learning Center

15 University of Torontos New Media Suites

16 University of Torontos Digital Studio

17 University of Torontos Public Access Facility

18 Wellesley Colleges Knapp Media & Technology Center

19 CAPTION?

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21 Spaces that accommodate new technologies and pedagogies

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24 3. Building Community through Technology-Enabled Learning Spaces

25 The Cloisters serves as the "public sphere" for networked interaction, the gathering place for students, professors, and librarians engaged in planning, evaluating, and reviewing the efforts of research and study utilizing the whole range of technologies of literacy.

26 Dartmouth Baker/Berry Library

27 University of Washingtons Collaboration Pods

28 Northwestern Universitys Video Conferencing Rooms

29 Spaces that encourage learning communities

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33 Collaborative Facilities Web Site: A project of CNI and Dartmouth College

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