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University Business: Duke Link and collaborative study

Tuesday, 3 May 2011

“Collaboration Station,” a feature in the May 2011 issue of University Business magazine, discusses the design of collaborative study spaces in higher education. Ed Gomes of Duke University talks about the Duke Link, the interactive teaching and learning space designed by Shepley Bulfinch which opened in 2008, noting that the project “was about creating an atmosphere in which people can experiment.”

Since the Link opened in 2008 it has attracted significant attention from institutions of higher education and architects across the US. Ed Gomes discussed the Link’s creation in a ...[more]

So what DO we know about planning learning spaces?

Thursday, 18 November 2010

2010 PKAL Learning Space Collaboratory National Colloquium. Whew! That’s quite a mouthful. I was fortunate enough to attend, and it was a great weekend of very robust discussion (and some fun!).

Under the guidance of Jeannie Narum, Principal of the Collaboratory, nearly a hundred educators, higher ed administrators, architects, planners, landscape architects, librarians, scientists, and others came together to share their knowledge and questions about “What We Know About Planning Learning Spaces and What We Still Need to Know”.

A combination of presentations, interactive sessions, small group work, the Colloquium modeled the type of ...[more]

Webinar: Envisioning and delivering Duke Link

15 September 2010

PKAL Learning Spaces Collaboratory webinar

Edward D Gomes, Duke University, Facilitator
Wendy Newstetter, Georgia Tech, Moderator

Designing Collaborative Research Spaces

17 February 2006

Project Kaleidoscope (PKAL) / NITLE Conference - Memphis, TN

Carole Wedge and Sarah Felton

Duke Link featured in learning spaces assessment guide

Tuesday, 7 January 2014

2014 LSC Guide 21C LearningThe Link Teaching and Learning Center at Duke University is featured in “Planning for assessing 21st century spaces for 21st century learners,” which has been published by the Learning Spaces Collaboratory.

The guide offers strategies for academic institutions and designers as they seek to imagine, develop, and evaluate the success of contemporary learning environments. The guide illustrates how research findings are informing campus-based programmatic and pedagogical change, and the process of transforming physical spaces to respond to them.

The creation of the Link was fueled by questions about the future ...[more]

Shaping and renovating formal technology-enhanced learning spaces

17 October 2009

PKAL Workshop on Undergraduate Learning Spaces - Duke University, Durham, NC

Carole Wedge
Tom Kearns

Focusing on classrooms

6 March 2009

Project Kaleidoscope (PKAL) Learning Spaces & Technology Workshop, Richmond, VA

Carole Wedge, FAIA, LEED AP

Working with design professionals

6 March 2009

Project Kaleidoscope (PKAL) Learning Spaces and Technology Workshop, Richmond, VA

Janette Blackburn AIA, LEED AP, Shepley Bulfinch