About the space:
The Flexible Learning Space is configurable and suitable for webinars, HD videoconferencing, trainings, meetings, group work and more. The space holds approximately 35 participants though the capacity may be slightly more depending on seating and/or need for seating at tables. The room may be configured or customized by the user as desired.
For more information about the furniture and equipment visit: http://www.wichita.edu/fls.
How do I apply?
To apply, applicants may simply email a one page description of how they would utilize the space to Corey Ray (firstname.lastname@example.org). Particular attention to technology and furniture “teaching scenarios” should be included in the description. Applicants should highlight why the space would offer more to them than a traditional Master or Projector Plus Classroom.
Deadline for Application is December 22, 2011.
What are the requirements?
Class participants (students and instructors) will agree to be surveyed 2 times by the MRC (middle and end of semester). The MRC may also request to record or photograph sessions to capture the experiences of participants. Additionally, faculty/instructors will be asked to provide a 1-2 page summary report about their experience which may be shared with future applicants and used to improve future experiences in the facility.
When is the space available?
For the purposes of this program, the space is available from 8-5, M-F. Other times may be available via request. Contact the MRC for more information.
I don’t want to teach all my classes there, but I am interested in some.
Preference will be given to those applications requesting regular class schedules. Requests for a limited number of uses or a one-time-only use will be considered on a space available basis.
Can I use my own laptop/iPad/equipment?
The room is capable of supporting personal equipment via digital/analog connections. iPads may also take advantage of apps to connect wirelessly to the room desktop as a remote kiosk.
Will training or support be provided?
Support will be provided for room technology and space configuration. Faculty will be given training and an overview of how the room works and can be configured and may choose to teach with or without room-based support as desired.