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The new teaching and learning paradigms reshaping capital and renovation plans

Big changes in programs, technology, pedagogies, and learning are reshaping the capital plan, space utilization models, and renovation strategies at UNC Charlotte. Kathryn Horne sets out key discoveries from a comprehensive study on classroom and class lab use, how the derived data and recommendations are being translated into a range of new capital and design priorities, and findings on the process of re-prioritizing spaces and spending. She scopes out new 5-10 year planning implications for the use of space and facilities in recruiting and retaining students and faculty, and fostering academic success.

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Tuesday, May 7th 9:45AM - 10:10AM
CEU Type Units
American Institute of Architects (AIA)
0.50 Units
Health, Safety and Welfare (HSW)
0.50 Units