Designing Social and Cultural Spaces for Students through Co-creation in order to create a Global and Connected Experience on Campus

Designing Social and Cultural Spaces for Students through Co-creation in order to create a Global and Connected Experience on Campus
Designing Social and Cultural Spaces for Students through Co-creation in order to create a Global and Connected Experience on Campus In addition to lecture and tutorial rooms, the next generation of learning spaces will include cafes, parks, lounge rooms, prayer rooms and various other social and cultural spaces. 
The University of Adelaide opened its doors to The Learning Hub 4 years and it has been an immense success, with students spending 3-4 hours extra in this interactive and innovative space. In this presentation from New Generation Learning Space Design 2017,  Pascale Quester, Deputy Vice-Chancellor and Vice-President (Academic) at the University of Adelaide discusses the concept of co-creation and the University's approach to developing and retro fitting a building as a social student precinct, including:
  • Carrying the logic of co-creation for designing the concept for the student precinct involving social and cultural spaces as well as extra curricular activities
  • Allowing students to design their own learning outcomes and ‘own’ the process and outcome
  • Embedding the student voice in to the university infrastructure

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