Learning Environments
Tech, Tools & Learning Strategies for 21st Century Education 2/16/2022


  • 10 Basics that Students Want from the LMS, and How to Help Faculty Implement Them

    At Ohio State University, students developed a list of 10 ways that instructors can use the learning management system more effectively — common-sense guidelines that aim to make courses more consistent, predictable, easier to navigate and generally more student-friendly. We spoke with Sam Craighead, associate director of professional learning in Ohio State's Office of Technology and Digital Innovation, about understanding the student perspective, supporting faculty with research-based practices, and the impact of instructional design on student success.

  • Digication's New Vision for ePortfolio Technology

    A conversation with Digication CEO Jeffrey Yan about his company's long-standing commitment to making student lives better by improving pedagogy with ePortfolio technology. Plus an update on what's relevant today as Digication continues its mission and principle of making learning visible.



Spaces4Learning Spotlight

  • University of Arizona Completes Student Success District

    The University of Arizona in Tucson, Ariz., recently completed an $81-million, seven-year construction project called the Student Success District. The project’s goal was to centralize and upgrade a variety of crucial student resources including library services, tutoring and advising, mentoring and career services, and health programs within a single area of campus.

  • Quinnipiac University Plans $244M Construction Project

    The Board of Trustees at Quinnipiac University’s Mount Carmel Campus in Hamden, Conn., recently approved the construction of three new buildings on campus. Two new academic buildings and a new residence hall will come together to form a new “South Quad” area.

  • California College Breaks Ground on Creative Arts Facility

    College of the Redwoods, a community college in Eureka, Calif., recently broke ground on a new creative arts building. The new facility will measure in at 29,888 square feet and will replace the former creative arts building, which was built in 1974.

  • Indiana University Approves Design for 11-Story Medical Education Building

    The Board of Trustees at Indiana University recently approved the design of a new Medical Education Building for the Indiana University School of Medicine in Indianapolis. The new facility will stand 11 stories tall, measure in at roughly 326,200 square feet and provide much-needed additional space for the instructional and research needs of various programs.

  • OhmniLabs Debuts UV-C Cleaning Robot

    Robotics company OhmniLabs recently debuted an autonomous cleaning robot that uses UV-C light to disinfect spaces. OhmniClean is capable of disinfecting a 3,000-square-foot space in less than 15 minutes and was designed for use in schools, hospitals, hotels and other spaces that require deep cleaning of high-touch surfaces.


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