Malcolm Brown

The Learning Space Rating System (LSRS) provides institutions with a measure of how their space planning, designs, and support encourage active learning. This project has created a set of measurable criteria that assess how current physical environments enable a spectrum of active teaching and learning engagements.  These criteria form the basis for a rating system that allows institutions to benchmark their environments against best practices within the higher education community.  This will be a whirlwind tour of the credits and a sketch on directions for the project.

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