Point/Counterpoint: What Activates Learning

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This presentation at the ELI Annual Conference focused on how learning is activated in the classroom. The presentation was structured as a point/counterpoint discussion between Parke Rhoads (representing Technology) and Rick Jones (representing Architecture and space design), mediated by Jeanne Narum. We sought to answer three questions:
1. What are the key trends and factors that SHOULD be driving technology in your institution?
2. Beyond technology initiatives, what strategies do you need to use with your campus constituencies to further activate learning?
3. Consider learning as an ecosystem, and ask yourself where you are now, and what is next for your institution.

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