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Learning Space Planning

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Learning Space Planning

Learning space planning is designed to address the maintenance, modernization, and construction of the campus-wide learning spaces at Sacramento State.  Learning spaces include classrooms and computer labs, but also informal spaces such as public areas and convergence locations.  The plan will support the strategic goals of the campus, produce and foster inter-divisional collaboration, and be based on evidence-based decision-making.  

Learning Space Advisory Workgroup (LSAW) 

This workgroup is has been established by the Provost and VP/Chief Information Officer to facilitate collaborative and informed decision making in regards to the design and development of campus-wide classrooms, computer labs, and other learning spaces.

Prioritization and Decision-Making Database

This database contains prioritization criteria for all learning spaces on campus. Prioritized are based on criteria supported by LSAW. The database also documents historical decision making. Rooms are targeted for maintenance and renovations and resources are allocated according to the framework contained within this database.

Design Standards

 These standards have been developed to establish baseline resources that faculty and students can expect in learning spaces. Standards will allow for customizing the designs for particular rooms to meet teaching and learning needs, meet compliance requirements, and integrate with existing technology and facilities systems.