Impact On Learning
Do the facilities in which our students learn really matter?
The answer to that question is YES!
The quality of our facilities can have a major impact on the education our students receive, on the institution’s ability to recruit and retain students and a quality staff, and on their bottom line. While we may agree that facilities DO impact learning, most institutions can’t afford to replace an entire building in order to bring it up to date.
The Impact on Learning program was developed, not to focus on whole building design, but instead to focus on specific solutions that can impact the educational environment, like rethinking the interior landscape and the role of furniture as a mobile tactical toolkit; cost-effective ways to provide technological access to students; maximizing daylight and outdoor views while effectively controlling heat gain and glare; improving indoor air quality and creating a safer, healthier environment; and safeguarding the investments we have already made.
Join us for this free webinar where we will take an in-depth look at:
- What is happening in education today
- The current research and trends affecting facilities and design
- Becoming more successful with limited resources
- How your peers have transformed their learning environments – one piece at a time
Duration: 1 hour
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Deborah P. Moore is the executive editor and publisher of School Planning & Management and College Planning & Management magazines. Prior to joining the magazines in 1999, Deb spent 20 years as Director of Operations for the Council of Educational Facility Planners International (CEFPI).
All registrants will have access to the on-demand version of this webcast, which will be available until July 20, 2016.
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