Learning landscapes in higher education: clearing pathways, making spaces, involving academics in the leadership, governance and management of academic spaces in higher education

Neary, Mike and Harrison, Andrew and Crelin, Giles and Parekh, Nayan and Saunders, Gary and Duggan, Fiona and Williams, Sam and Austin, Simon (2009) Learning landscapes in higher education: clearing pathways, making spaces, involving academics in the leadership, governance and management of academic spaces in higher education. Project Report. HEFCE.

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Abstract

Learning Landscapes in Higher Education is a UK-wide research project, looking at the ways in which academics work with colleagues in estates and other key stakeholders to develop and manage innovative teaching and learning spaces in higher education. The purpose of the project has been to suggest ways in which the academic voice can be more fully articulated within the decision making processes at all levels of the design and development of teaching and learning spaces. The project has been led by the University of Lincoln, working closely with DEGW, a major international design company, in collaboration with eleven British universities: Edinburgh – Napier, Glasgow, Glyndwr, Loughborough, Newcastle, Oxford Brookes, Queen Mary – University of London, Reading, Warwick, Wolverhampton and York. The project ran from February 2008 until December 2009, and was funded by HEFCE, SFC and HEFCW.

Keywords:Learning Landscapes; Higher Education
Subjects:X Education > X342 Academic studies in Higher Education
Divisions:College of Social Science > School of Social & Political Sciences
ID Code:18960
Deposited On:09 Oct 2015 11:58

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