© Droitwich.net - 2018
Located on the TeamMate Stand - Hall 13 - C140 

For the last two academic years, the Digital Classroom Roadshow, which has now evolved into the Sticky Campus Roadshow for 2018, has

helped host universities and visiting participants to hands-on workshops to better understand many of the cross-campus issues involved with the

development of new active learning spaces.

We are pleased that we are able to bring the Sticky Campus Roadshow to ISE, where Duncan Peberdy will be available to demonstrate why this fully-

configured resource has been so valuable to universities and colleges in the UK.

If you would like like to book a specific time to meet with Duncan, please contact him directly to arrange this.  

duncan@droitwich.net    

 

ENABLING BETTER INFORMED DECISIONS

New technologies are influencing strategies for learning enhancements, the student experience, student recruitment and retention, and more.  Learning spaces must change if they are to enable hands-on experiential models, critical thinking, and real-life simulations that connect learning to the highly digital world of work. What do these new collaborative learning spaces look like? From individual standalone hubs in libraries and social spaces, to large cohort lecture-style rooms.  And how should we incorporate them into short-term, medium-term, and longer-term strategic developments? This isn’t a classroom of the future; this is a classroom of now.  The Sticky Campus Roadshow features a Digital Classroom that will provide you with ideas and experiences of furniture, technology, acoustics, and more to support active learning pedagogies that deliver better learning outcomes and maximise space utilisation. ISN’T IT JUST NEW FURNITURE AND TECHNOLOGY? Look a little deeper than just the furniture and technology, and the digital classroom roadshow is really something more valuable.  It’s an opportunity for the host university to expose hundreds of people from across the campus to: Help determine what future learning spaces might look like Discover how students can be engaged more fully in their learning Considering existing digital skills and what developments are needed How to make learning fully inclusive and accessible Arrive at better informed decisions on future learning space requirement, pedagogical developments, and strategies around student engagement and success. And all this valuable insight into new learning spaces, the re-design of curriculum, timetabling issues, etc., actually takes place in a new collaborative learning space!  It still amazes me that conferences on both ‘future learning spaces’ and ‘future workspaces’ take place in traditional lecture theatres and break-out classrooms with their rows and columns of seats.  The Digital Classroom Roadshow provided an authentic ‘new learning space’ experience. AUDE and others have recognised that these rooms not only benefit learning and teaching, but they signpost the direction of travel that a university is heading in order to provide today’s students with a fit-for-purpose learning environment that takes technology and developing pedagogies into account. THE STICKY CAMPUS ROADSHOW will delve deeper into the issues around learning and teaching, and especially those - including furniture and technology developments - that drive forward inclusivity for all learners.  We will use the same Kramer VIA technology that allows students to connect and collaborate from virtually any device and intuitively become fully engaged.  For those technically minded, we will demonstrate how information flowing around the room can be better managed using an IP Streaming configuration that also reduces down-time in the event of hardware failure. On the home page of this website I stated that the “Teaching Excellence Framework is contributing towards this significant rethink in campus design.”  This is because many of the proven benefits that flow from active learning within a digitally rich environment, such as the digital classroom and other spaces that the Sticky Campus Roadshow will feature, make positive impacts towards TEF outcomes; student engagement, quality of learning spaces, digital capabilities, employability, student retention, learning gain and final attainment, etc..
Hosted at the
6 th - 9 th  February - RAI Amsterdam
The Digital Classroom and Sticky Campus Roadshows were devised by Duncan Peberdy of Droitwich.net Consultancy, and enabled by grant funding from Jisc together with sponsorship from the following companies.  Duncan is grateful to both Jisc and these companies for their support that has made the roadshows such a value resource for many universities, colleges, and individuals. 
© Droitwich.net - 2018
Hosted at the
Located on the TeamMate Stand - Hall 13 - C140 

For the last two academic years, the Digital

Classroom Roadshow, which has now

evolved into the Sticky Campus Roadshow 

for 2018, has helped host universities and

visiting participants to hands-on workshops to

better understand many of the cross-campus

issues involved with the development of new

active learning spaces.

We are pleased that we are able to bring the

Sticky Campus Roadshow to ISE, where Duncan

Peberdy will be available to demonstrate why

this fully-configured resource has been so

valuable to universities and colleges in the UK.

If you would like like to book a specific time to

meet with Duncan, please contact him directly

to arrange this.  

duncan@droitwich.net    

 

ENABLING BETTER INFORMED DECISIONS

New technologies are influencing strategies for learning enhancements, the student experience, student recruitment and retention, and more.  Learning spaces must change if they are to enable hands-on experiential models, critical thinking, and real-life simulations that connect learning to the highly digital world of work. What do these new collaborative learning spaces look like? From individual standalone hubs in libraries and social spaces, to large cohort lecture-style rooms.  And how should we incorporate them into short-term, medium-term, and longer-term strategic developments? This isn’t a classroom of the future; this is a classroom of now.  The Sticky Campus Roadshow features a Digital Classroom that will provide you with ideas and experiences of furniture, technology, acoustics, and more to support active learning pedagogies that deliver better learning outcomes and maximise space utilisation. ISN’T IT JUST NEW FURNITURE AND TECHNOLOGY? Look a little deeper than just the furniture and technology, and the digital classroom roadshow is really something more valuable.  It’s an opportunity for the host university to expose hundreds of people from across the campus to: Help determine what future learning spaces might look like Discover how students can be engaged more fully in their learning Considering existing digital skills and what developments are needed How to make learning fully inclusive and accessible Arrive at better informed decisions on future learning space requirement, pedagogical developments, and strategies around student engagement and success. And all this valuable insight into new learning spaces, the re-design of curriculum, timetabling issues, etc., actually takes place in a new collaborative learning space!  It still amazes me that conferences on both ‘future learning spaces’ and ‘future workspaces’ take place in traditional lecture theatres and break-out classrooms with their rows and columns of seats.  The Digital Classroom Roadshow provided an authentic ‘new learning space’ experience. AUDE and others have recognised that these rooms not only benefit learning and teaching, but they signpost the direction of travel that a university is heading in order to provide today’s students with a fit-for-purpose learning environment that takes technology and developing pedagogies into account. THE STICKY CAMPUS ROADSHOW will delve deeper into the issues around learning and teaching, and especially those - including furniture and technology developments - that drive forward inclusivity for all learners.  We will use the same Kramer VIA technology that allows students to connect and collaborate from virtually any device and intuitively become fully engaged.  For those technically minded, we will demonstrate how information flowing around the room can be better managed using an IP Streaming configuration that also reduces down-time in the event of hardware failure. On the home page of this website I stated that the “Teaching Excellence Framework is contributing towards this significant rethink in campus design.”  This is because many of the proven benefits that flow from active learning within a digitally rich environment, such as the digital classroom and other spaces that the Sticky Campus Roadshow will feature, make positive impacts towards TEF outcomes; student engagement, quality of learning spaces, digital capabilities, employability, student retention, learning gain and final attainment, etc..
6 th - 9 th  February - RAI Amsterdam
The Digital Classroom and Sticky Campus  Roadshows were devised by Duncan Peberdy of Droitwich.net Consultancy, and enabled by grant funding from Jisc together with sponsorship from the following companies.  Duncan is grateful to both Jisc and these companies for their support that has made the roadshows such a value resource for many universities, colleges, and individuals.