Lippman, Peter C.
May 2013
Campus Technology Magazine;May2013, Vol. 26 Issue 9, p21
The article focuses on the creation of collaborative learning spaces by schools for the accommodation of learning processes. It says that collaborative spaces have two kinds, the scheduled collaborative spaces that support formal learning activities like classes, and unscheduled collaborative spaces where students can meet outside classes for the continuation of discussion or work. It discusses the design of formal, semiformal, and informal collaborative spaces.


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