Learning Spaces

A 21st century education requires learning spaces that facilitate active engagement and movement within and around the classroom environment, as well as technology that supports the student-centered learning activities that faculty hope to promote within their classes. 

Learning Space & Technology Strategic Plan

This plan draws support from Fisher's strategic plan strategies 1.3, 1.4, 2.4, 5.1, and 5.3 to dramatically enhance teaching and learning at Fisher. It responds to imperatives to revitalize and enrich Fisher's learning environment, provide robust facilities for our students, and integrate planning, assessment, and budgeting processes. The process utilized in this planning process takes into account all scheduled learning spaces at Fisher.

Learning Space & Technology Strategic Plan [PDF]

Completed Renovations

Many classrooms on campus have already undergone major renovation to incorporate the principles outlined in the Learning Space & Technology Strategic plan. Explore the rooms below to see our progress so far.

Classroom Blogs

As more classrooms are renovated across campus, instructors may teach in these new spaces before knowing what that space offers. To help remedy this and further develop a community of active learning practitioners, Classroom Blogs for each of the renovated classrooms have been created. Each blog begins with foundational elements of the space and includes tips about how to successfully implement active learning strategies within that specific space. Any faculty teaching in a renovated classroom may contribute to the blog and share insights to assist future instructors. Explore the blogs using the links below.