Panel Discussion SPC140
Developing Sustainable Learning Spaces in the Digital Age
Date Thursday, Nov 28 Time –
Digital change, physical environments and learning space design in the digital age take centre stage with this international panel. How does digital transformation challenge physical learning spaces? What experiences, advice and guidance will help your learners thrive in the 21st century? Learning space experts from different countries will share outcomes of their national research and discussion papers, best practice examples and lessons learned from their collaborative investigation.
Hochschulforum Digitalisierung, Germany
Anne Prill is a project manager at the Hochschulforum Digitalisierung (German Forum for Higher Education in the Digital Age), a think tank that informs, advises and connects higher education institutions as well as policy makers in the field of education in the digital age.
She currently coordinates an expert working group focusing on "sustainable learning space development in the digital age" for the Hochschulforum Digitalisierung. Since 2013 she is also an online lecturer for a distance learning institution offering courses in leadership and human resource management.
Her areas of expertise include future skills and learning space design, new leadership and organizational change in higher education institutions.
I’ve worked with global organisations developing collaborative solutions for learning that can be used in-room or to connect anytime anywhere participants. Technology deployments, especially those that disrupt, are about changing organisational culture and managing digital transformations to deliver an ROI.
Pearson commissioned me to write 2 business books on meetings, and I’ve self-published 2 books on the use of technology for small group active collaborative learning, both with insightful chapters from experts in their academic fields.
In 2015 I innovated the Sticky Campus Roadshow, a pop-up digitally-enabled active learning classroom that universities and colleges host on campus for 4 weeks. The roadshow helps generate better-informed decisions around student-centric campus developments, identifying all the 'must-have' services that enable success.
Outside of the UK, the roadshow has also helped influence learning space developments in France, Ireland and The Netherlands.