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White Paper: Technology-Empowered Learning: Six Spatial Insights

This design research study was conducted to evaluate the spatial implications of technology on learning spaces. The authors report six major findings:

  • Person-to-person connections remain essential for successful learning
  • Technology is supporting richer face-to-face interactions and higher-level cognitive learning
  • Integrating technology into classrooms mandates flexibility and activity-based space planning
  • Spatial boundaries are loosening
  • Spaces must be designed to capture and stream information
  • High-tech and low-tech will coexist

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