ARCHIVED: Completed project: IT121 Experimental Classroom at IUPUI

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Primary UITS contacts: David Donaldson, Mark Russell

Completed: December 3, 2010

Description: Action 65 (Learning Spaces Innovation) of Empowering People, Indiana University's Strategic Plan for IT, calls for a range of teaching and learning innovations, both in and outside the traditional classroom. To that end, an experimental classroom has been created at IUPUI based on the Learn/Lab concept designed by Steelecase, which immerses students in a technology-rich collaborative learning environment proven to stimulate engagement. The classroom will have laptops for student use that will operate using ClassSpot software, which allows in-class collaboration and virtual desktop on a shared projector screen.

Milestones and status:

  • June 2010: Design phase
  • July 2010: Implementation phase
  • July 2010: Development of cross-functional support plan
  • August 2010: Stakeholder meeting to define functional requirements
  • Fall semester 2010: Initial instructional use
  • December 2010: Assessment phase

Project team:

  • Anastasia Morrone, Associate Dean, UITS Learning Technologies
  • David Donaldson, Director, UITS Learning Technologies
  • Mark Russell, Campus Manager, UITS Learning Technologies
  • Doug Grover, Manager, UITS Learning Technologies
  • Julie Bowman, Designer, University Architects Office

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