Selected presentations

LE-DR Lab, Cardiff University

Podcast: Future Learning Environments and the Learning Space Rating System

"In this podcast, Richard reflects on the changes in learning technologies over the last few decades, particularly at the institutional level. Richard explains the Learning Space Rating System (LSRS) that intends to identify and promote the aspects of learning spaces which enhance the learning experience. Richard offers three principles for developing learning spaces: universal design, flexibility, and inclusion in physical, cognitive and cultural realms."


OTHER ACADEMIC AND PROFESSIONAL PRESENTATIONS include:

TitleVenueDate
Learning Space Design (co-presenter)Learning Space Design Constituent Group annual meeting, EDUCAUSE 2015, Indianapolis, IN2015-10-29
Learning Spaces: Tackling the Burning Questions (co-presenter)EDUCAUSE Learning Initiative 2015, Anaheim, CA2015-02-17
The Learning Space Rating System (co-presenter)EDUCAUSE 2013, Anaheim, CA2013-10-17
Learning Space Design (co-presenter)Learning Space Design Constituent Group, EDUCAUSE 2013, Anaheim, CA2013-10-17
Learning Space Design (co-presenter)Learning Space Design Constituent Group, EDUCAUSE 2012, Denver CO2012-11-08
Living Learning Spaces at Stanford: New Technologies for Structured Liberal Education (co-presenter)DET/CHE Directors of Educational Technology/California Higher Education 20112011-11-30
Learning Space Design (co-presenter)Learning Space Design Constituent Group, EDUCAUSE 2011, Philadelphia, PA2011-10-20
On PresentationsCTL 119 (Oral Communication Tutor Practicum), Center for Teaching and Learning, Stanford University2011-04-27
Certifying Our Learning Spaces: Next Steps (co-presenter)EDUCAUSE Learning Initiative (ELI) 2011 Conference, Washington, DC2011-02-15
Certifying Higher Education's Learning Spaces (co-presenter)EDUCAUSE 2010, Anaheim, CA2010-10-15
Learning Space Design (co-presenter)Learning Space Design Constituent Group, EDUCAUSE 2010, Anaheim CA2010-10-14
Learning Space DesignLearning Space Design Constituent Group, EDUCAUSE 2009, Denver CO2009-11-04
Face-to-Facebook: Virtual Community in College ResidencesNew Media Consortium (NMC) Summer Conference 2009, Monterey, CA2009-06-11
Face-to-Facebook: The Evolution of Virtual Community in College ResidencesEDUCAUSE Learning Initiative (ELI) 2009 Conference, Orlando, FL2009-01-21
The Emerging Student: NetGen and BeyondVarious venues at Stanford University including IT Services, Student Services-Office of the Registrar, Academic Technology Specialists, IT Services, Department of Music2008-02-07
Students and Technology at Stanford: The Rest of the StorySecond Tuesday Student Affairs Forum, Office of the Vice Provost for Student Affairs (VPSA), Stanford University2007-11-13
Multimedia 101: Teaching New Media Skills in Student ResidencesEDUCAUSE Learning Initiative (ELI) 2007 Conference, Atlanta, GA2007-01-22
Designing Learning Spaces for the 21st Century CampusVarious venues at Stanford University including Student Activities Space Advisory Group, Vice Provost for Student Affairs, IT Services, Stanford University Libraries2006-10-10
GroupSpaces for Laptop Collaboration: From Research Lab to Informal Learning SpacesEDUCAUSE 2006, Dallas, TX2006-10-10
GroupSpace: An Evolving Collaboration and Learning Space Initiative at Stanford University2006 ResNet Symposium, Bowling Green State University2006-06-17
Designing Learning Spaces for the 21st Century Campus2006 ResNet Symposium, Bowling Green State University2006-06-17
Student Housing and Residential Computing: Building a New Shared Vision for Residential Learning Environments at StanfordWestern Association of College and University Housing Officers (WACUHO) 2006 Conference, San Francisco, CA2006-04-03
Killing Them Softly: How Much is Too Much New Media for the NetGen?The 21st Computers and Writing Conference, Stanford University2005-06-17
TeamSpace: Walk-Up, Cross-Platform Collaboration for Mobile Computing UsersNational Learning Infrastructure Initiative (NLII) 2005 Annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA2005-01-24
Smart Lounges and TeamSpaces: The Future of Public Technology Spaces2004 ResNet Symposium, Princeton University2004-06-21
Display of Community: Partnering with Students to Publicize Events and Build Community with Dorm Video Displays2004 ResNet Symposium, Princeton University2004-06-20
What New Technologies Do Students Want?ACUTA 32nd Annual Conference (Association for Information Communications Technology Professionals in Higher Education), Hollywood, FL2003-07-28
Wireless Networking in a ResNet Environment2003 ResNet Symposium, Ferris State University, MI2003-06-24
The Medium is the (Instant) Message: Generation Keyboard Comes to Campus2003 ResNet Symposium, Ferris State University, MI2003-06-23
IT Innovation in Housing at Stanford: Where Are We Going with Residential Computing?2002 Ivy Housing Conference, Stanford University 2002-11-20
Reconceiving the Student Survey: New Questions for Residential Computing2000 ResNet Symposium, University of Pennsylvania2000-06-26
Reconceiving the Residence Cluster: Student Design of a Learning Community Space2000 ResNet Symposium, University of Pennsylvania2000-06-25
Student Design of a Learning Community SpaceNERCOMP 2000 (Northeast Regional Computing Program), Sturbridge, MA2000-03-21
Sex, Death, and Neo-Nazis: Controversial Issues on Dorm Discussion Lists1999 ResNet Symposium, Kent State University1999-06-28
Computers, Community, and Critical ThinkingYoung Rhetoricians Conference, Monterey, CA1998-06-12
Wired Frosh: A Case Study of Electronic Community Building in a Freshman Dorm1997 ResNet Symposium, Wellesley University1997-06-27
Wired Frosh: A Case Study of Electronic Community Building in a Freshman DormThe Thirteenth Computers & Writing Conference, Kapi'olani Community College, Honolulu, HI1997-06-08
The Electronic Classroom of the FutureStanford Sierra Camp, Fallen Leaf Lake, CA1996-07-26
Breaking Down the Classroom Walls: Integrating Electronic and Face-to-Face Pedagogies in Composition ClassesYoung Rhetoricians Conference, Monterey, CA1995-06-30
The Final Frontier: Launching a Multicultural Theme Course into CyberspaceThe Eleventh Computers & Writing Conference, University of Texas atEl Paso, TX1995-05-18

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