Learning Space Design for Higher Education Institutions in the 21st Century

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อภิภา ปรัชญพฤทธิ์ Apipa Prachyapruit

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     Higher education need to reform the concept of learning space design in higher education due to various changes in academic context: learners’ characteristics, desirable students’ attributes, social paradigm, education model, and advancement in information technology. According to the new concept of learning spaces, the new spaces in higher education are not limited to classroom, but also include virtual learning spaces and learning spaces outside the institution. Besides, this article also describe learning theories which are the foundation knowledge for learning space design in the 21 century. Then, general priciples for learning space design and human-centered or user-centered learning space designs are discussed including learning space design for the Net Gen.

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Apipa Prachyapruit อ. ป. (2018). Learning Space Design for Higher Education Institutions in the 21st Century. Dusit Thani College Journal, 11(2), 379–392. Retrieved from https://so01.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/journaldtc/article/view/120461
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