Describes the process by which a Collaborative Learning Environment was planned and promoted by a committee comprised of representatives of the KU Libraries, Information Technology, Instructional Development & Support, and other campus partners. Includes suggestions for student learning activities and faculty development activities.
Walter, S. (2005, October). Collaborative planning for collaborative learning: Designing and promoting new learning spaces on campus. Paper presented at the Ninth Annual October Conference at Dartmouth College: Collaborations on Campus: Opportunities for New Partnerships, Hanover, New Hampshire.
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