EDUCAUSE 2022: Designing Future-Focused Learning Spaces
Leaders at the University of Texas at San Antonio looked at today's modern learning environment and came up with three distinct classroom personas, adapting existing rooms to accommodate in-person, hybrid, HyFlex and fully remote teaching. Their growing program was on display at the 2022 EDUCAUSE annual conference where they shared what spurred their decision to create the personas, what technology went into their development and what they're doing to make sure faculty members get the most out of the spaces.
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Kathe Pelletier, Director, Teaching and Learning Program, EDUCAUSE
Joe Tobares, Director of Academic Technologies, University of Texas at San Antonio
Jenay Robert, Researcher, EDUCAUSE
Elyse Ramirez, Lead Learning Experience Designer, University of Texas at San Antonio
- Institutions are using a number of different strategies to accommodate all learning modalities, including in-person, hybrid, HyFlex and fully online instruction.
- The University of Texas at San Antonio has created four unique classroom personas to provide faculty members with learning spaces tailored to different modalities.
- UTSA has also created the RowdyFlex faculty development program to make sure instructors can get the most out of these new classroom spaces.