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Teaching and Learning in Stanford’s Smart Classrooms

Recent research in the science of learning (National Research Council 2000) emphasizes the importance of active, lifelong learning requiring students to be active inventors rather than passive recipients. Furthermore, new technologies are becoming an increasingly in- tegral part of university learning and teaching in an age of telecommunications and mul- timedia. Consequently, both instructors and students face new challenges, since the de- sign of technology-enhanced learning environments as well as active learning are crucial. Thus, with its high performance learning spaces Wallenberg Hall,1 the home of the Stan- ford Center for Innovations in Learning (SCIL)2, and with CourseWork, a university- wide course management system, Stanford University provides a rich and flexible state- of-the-art learning environment facilitating innovative pedagogies and active student learning.

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