Emerging design solutions for hybridised learning spaces: addressing social practice, privacy and participation
Keywords:Hybrid Learning Spaces, Hyflex, Social Practice, Privacy, Participation, Architecture
The term ‘hybrid learning space’ (HLS) is loosely used to describe a fusion of learning opportunities and teaching approaches that span physical and virtual spaces. This paper outlines ongoing work to define the contemporary ‘hybridised space’ and build a pattern language that offers reusable design solutions to the challenges of delivering learning and teaching in these new and emerging settings. This paper explores architectural motifs, social practice, privacy and participation to draw out successful design principles for linking HLS to effective pedagogy.
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