© Duncan Peberdy - 2018
Get Involved…. The Sticky Campus Roadshow is now part of Jisc and throughout 2019 we’ll be bringing the roadshow to different campus locations around the UK and incorporating a wide range of workshops for both the host and regional HE and FE customers.  Is this a valuable resource?   See some of the testimonials on the impact the roadshow has provided to previous hosts.
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How does the roadshow work? The focus of the roadshow is a mobile, student-centred digital classroom that you can try out at your institution over a four week period.  Your provide an empty space and we’ll create a fully-configured pop-up active learning classroom that will act as a focal point to bring all your stakeholders responsible for learning space developments together. 
Swansea University hosted the roadshow in 2018. Located in the foyer of the refurbished Taliesin Arts Centre with floor-to-ceiling windows looking out onto the campus main thoroughfare, in addition to planned activities, the facility was used by students out-of-hours, and attracted many impromptu parent and student visitors during an open day.
Other hosts have included…. Teesside,   Ulster,   UWE,   Lancaster,   Heriot-Watt,   DMU,   Lincoln,   Kent,   Bristol,   South   Wales,   Dundee,   Westminster, Staffordshire, Ireland’s DIT, West of Scotland, the Royal Agricultural, and the Heart of Worcestershire College.
But we’re not using that technology Don’t get hung-up on technology; for any environment to work there has to be a system that allows the whole space to function with engaged students whose BYOD technology is supported.   This is more about generating better informed decisions about you own developments that provide students with educationally challenging and socially supportive experiences. Around each table, small groups of students can work student-to-student and student-to-tutor using their own technology wirelessly connected to the team screen integrated onto their table.  The content from any or all tables can be simultaneously duplicated onto the front-of-class interactive screen or to all the screens, so that engagements throughout the room are supported. 
Why this Matters Learning environments that generate improved academic outcomes and the skills that better prepare students for a world of work and life-long learning beyond graduation, are all key assessment criteria of the Teaching Excellence Framework and Student Outcomes Framework (TEF) Digital Transformations should positively influence every area of campus life; delivering strategic improvements that not only move forward every physical or virtual learning and teaching engagement that enrich the student experience, but which create a culture where student and staff wellbeing, accessibility, and the opportunities for a rich social and emotion development with fellow students becomes the everyday standard. These transformations start by investigating the required improvements from the perspective of the customer; the student, so that all the current points of pain are identified and eliminated.  
What are some of the benefits? The Sticky Campus Roadshow and the workshops we run, can help you to generate better-informed decisions about your own digitally-enabled learning spaces through identifying their potential for students. It will help you to better understand the many influences that must combine to make these collaborative spaces work for students and the conditions and input needed for your own projects to be successful. The roadshow will help you avoid false-dawns by ensuring that your plans for these developments incorporate the following right from the outset: A strong and stable wireless infrastructure Curriculum re-designed for active learning pedagogies Staff / student digital capabilities – especially with   the VLE Accessibility and inclusion How learning spaces should be optimised for longer    learning sessions
Who should attend? Sticky Campus will be of interest to: University executive boards who have found great value from holding their monthly meeting in this new environment Directors of estates with their project teams can better understand the importance of designing to support the BYOD learner so that students can achieve their full academic and social potential.  Directors of library and IT services whose network infrastructure experts can add real value to their effectiveness PVC’s for learning and teaching, academic enhancement, student experience, and wellbeing
With an eye to the future During 2019 we’ll be showcasing a way of creating virtual classrooms to give remote- based students an almost ‘being-here’ experience.  This could be a classroom for only connecting remote students, or a space that combines present and remote students. 
With some similarities to the HBX room at Harvard, when a remote based student asks a question of their tutor they are addressed directly and have eye-to-eye contact.  Each screen in the room has its own speaker and camera.  When a student talks the tutor will turn to the audio source and the camera will provide the remote student with eye-contact.   Any content or whiteboard writing can be seen by the students on their own devices from which they can contribute, plus all students can interact with polls and quizzes.
Virtual Classroom in use at IESE Business School – Barcelona (The Roadshow will incorporate a small-scale version of this)
A hybrid classroom, in partnership with KU Leuven, at Belgium’s University College of Vives in Kortrijk.
The Sticky Campus Roadshow in Paris at the EUNIS 25 th  Annual Conference
© Droitwich.net - 2018
Who should attend? Sticky Campus will be of interest to: University executive boards who have found great   value from holding their monthly meeting in this   new environment Directors of estates with their project teams can better understand the importance of designing to support the BYOD learner so that students can achieve their full academic and social potential.  Directors of library and IT services whose network   infrastructure experts can add real value to their   effectiveness PVC’s for learning and teaching, academic enhancement, student experience, wellbeing
Get Involved…. The Sticky Campus Roadshow is now part of Jisc and throughout 2019 we’ll be bringing the roadshow to different campus locations around the UK and incorporating a wide range of workshops for both the host and regional HE and FE customers.  Is this a valuable resource?   See some of the testimonials on the impact the roadshow has provided to previous hosts.
The Sticky Campus Roadshow in Paris at the EUNIS 25 th  Annual Conference
How does the roadshow work? The focus of the roadshow is a mobile, student-centred digital classroom that you can try out at your institution over a four week period.  Your provide an empty space and we’ll create a fully-configured pop-up active learning classroom that will act as a focal point to bring all your stakeholders responsible for learning space developments together. 
Swansea University hosted the roadshow in 2018. Located in the foyer of the refurbished Taliesin Arts Centre with floor-to-ceiling windows looking out onto the campus main thoroughfare, in addition to planned activities, the facility was used by students out-of-hours, and attracted many impromptu parent and student visitors during an open day.
Other hosts have included…. Teesside,   Ulster,   UWE,   Lancaster,   Heriot-Watt,   DMU,   Lincoln, Kent,      Bristol,      South      Wales,      Dundee,      Westminster, Staffordshire,   Ireland’s   DIT,   West   of   Scotland,   the   Royal Agricultural, and the Heart of Worcestershire College.
But we’re not using that technology Don’t get hung-up on technology; for any environment to work there has to be a system that allows the whole space to function with engaged students whose BYOD technology is supported.   This is more about generating better informed decisions about you own developments that provide students with educationally challenging and socially supportive experiences. Around each table, small groups of students can work student-to-student and student-to-tutor using their own technology wirelessly connected to the team screen integrated onto their table.  The content from any or all tables can be simultaneously duplicated onto the front-of- class interactive screen or to all the screens, so that engagements throughout the room are supported. 
Why this Matters Learning environments that generate improved academic outcomes and the skills that better prepare students for a world of work and life-long learning beyond graduation, are all key assessment criteria of the Teaching Excellence Framework and Student Outcomes Framework (TEF) Digital Transformations should positively influence every area of campus life; delivering strategic improvements that not only move forward every physical or virtual learning and teaching engagement that enrich the student experience, but which create a culture where student and staff wellbeing, accessibility, and the opportunities for a rich social and emotion development with fellow students becomes the everyday standard. These transformations start by investigating the required improvements from the perspective of the customer; the student, so that all the current points of pain are identified and eliminated.  
What are some of the benefits? The Sticky Campus Roadshow and the workshops we run, can help you to generate better-informed decisions about your own digitally-enabled learning spaces through identifying their potential for students. It will help you to better understand the many influences that must combine to make these collaborative spaces work for students and the conditions and input needed for your own projects to be successful. The roadshow will help you avoid false-dawns by ensuring that your plans for these developments incorporate the following right from the outset: A strong and stable wireless infrastructure Curriculum re-designed for active learning pedagogies Staff / student digital capabilities – especially with   the VLE Accessibility and inclusion How learning spaces should be optimised for longer    learning sessions
With an eye to the future During 2019 we’ll be showcasing a way of creating virtual classrooms to give remote-based students an almost ‘being- here’ experience.  This could be a classroom for only connecting remote students, or a space that combines present and remote students. 
Virtual Classroom in use at IESE Business School – Barcelona (The Roadshow will incorporate a small-scale version of this)
With some similarities to the HBX room at Harvard, when a remote based student asks a question of their tutor they are addressed directly and have eye-to-eye contact.  Each screen in the room has its own speaker and camera.  When a student talks the tutor will turn to the audio source and the camera will provide the remote student with eye-contact.   Any content or whiteboard writing can be seen by the students on their own devices from which they can contribute, plus all students can interact with polls and quizzes.
Supported by:
A hybrid classroom, in partnership with KU Leuven, at Belgium’s University College of Vives in Kortrijk.