Disruptive Media Learning Lab

Thursday 26th June, 11:10 to 11:40

The presentation from the session is now available: http://slidesha.re/VBOaP7

Shuan Hides and Jonathan Shaw (Co-directors of the DMLL) The Disruptive Media Learning Lab (DMLL), a new innovative teaching, learning and study space, will open in early Autumn 2014 on the refurbished top floor of the Frederick Lanchester Library. The space will be home to a new cross-University experimental unit compromising of academics, learning technologists, educational developers, academic liaison librarians and researchers. It will lead and provide support for new and ongoing pedagogic developments in new and disruptive technological spaces. The key ethos of the Lab is that it is a safe space, physical and intellectual, to support the development of class leading thinking by each of the Faculties to develop exemplars and models for the future of the University. It will also call for and oversee faculty/thematic projects that experiment with new forms of delivery, practices or forms of engagement. These experiments will be fully evaluated and re-configured as a series of models, exemplars and tool-kits, which can be used to model innovations across the University. The DMLL will provide the space, expertise and funding needed to help these projects to succeed. Come along to find out more about the DMLL and the project funding opportunities available or email any questions to DMLL@coventry.ac.uk.

The presentation from the session is now available: http://slidesha.re/VBOaP7