Instructional Space: Maximizing Use and Capacity on Your Campus

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Add to Calendar 2014-11-04 00:00:00 2014-11-04 00:00:00 Instructional Space: Maximizing Use and Capacity on Your Campus Maximizing use of instructional resources is critical as institutions across higher education struggle to balance limited instructional space with increased student course demands. Campuses that collaborate across academic, enrollment, and facilities departments pool data and develop instructional space use strategies that increase student retention, improve learning experiences, and better inform capital project decisions. This conference is about how to develop instructional space models that maximize institutions' limited resources in ways that benefit both students and faculty. Learn more about this conference. San Diego, CA San Diego, CA noreply@air.org America/New_York public

Maximizing use of instructional resources is critical as institutions across higher education struggle to balance limited instructional space with increased student course demands. Campuses that collaborate across academic, enrollment, and facilities departments pool data and develop instructional space use strategies that increase student retention, improve learning experiences, and better inform capital project decisions. This conference is about how to develop instructional space models that maximize institutions' limited resources in ways that benefit both students and faculty. Learn more about this conference.


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