Learning Space Project

Learning spaces, support, IT & media

Learning spaces at Leibniz University (© ZQS) Learning spaces at Leibniz University (© ZQS) Learning spaces at Leibniz University (© ZQS) © ZQS
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Learning spaces are more than just places for student learning. Independent and self-determined learning takes place on different levels. These are identified by the learning space project and used as the basis for new impetus in change and development processes at Leibniz University (detailed information in English will follow soon).


Learning space booking system (video, in German)


THE PROJECT

The focus of the learning space project is on self-determined and independent student learning, taking into account the available (new) media and spatial circumstances.

The project team understands “learning space” to encompass the interplay of three components that support a modern way of learning and working. The first and most obvious component are the rooms themselves in which student learning takes place. But the integration of digital and virtual platforms and the provision of technical equipment are also part of a modern learning space. The third component is the advice that supports learning.

[Translate to Englisch:] Projekt Lernraum (© ZQS) [Translate to Englisch:] Projekt Lernraum (© ZQS) [Translate to Englisch:] Projekt Lernraum (© ZQS)

WORK AND SERVICE

The goal of the learning space project, first of all, is to document the availability of spaces for student learning processes and to assess needs based on this. As learning spaces serve as “places of self-directed learning”, the project is oriented towards the needs of students and their disciplines, taking into account social, material, creative and educational-science related criteria. The recording and evaluation of existing learning spaces takes place in collaboration with the faculties, the students and other institutions within the University.

The learning space project can be understood as an interface between the students and the faculties and facilities of the University. Thus, the project team offers all actors in the University advice on questions of learning spaces. These can be related to both the design of work spaces, the integration of new virtual learning platforms or the establishment of measures to support counselling and successful study, for example.

CONTACT

M.A. Deborah Will
Address
Callinstraße 24
30167 Hannover
Building
Room
207
M.A. Deborah Will
Address
Callinstraße 24
30167 Hannover
Building
Room
207
Non-public person