Greetings, Faculty and Instructors:

Two state-of-the-art Active Learning Classrooms are being built in Odegaard Library (available Autumn 2013), providing educators with a unique opportunity to explore how space and technology can promote student learning. The Active Learning Classrooms (ALC) are located on the 1st floor of Odegaard Library. ALC 136 has a capacity of 90 students and ALC 141 has a capacity of 63 students.

We are now accepting applications to teach in these spaces for the 2013-14 academic year! The Active Learning Classroom website provides information about requesting a classroom and details the benefits and features of the Active Learning Classrooms. Learn more at: http://bit.ly/Z2iLBV.

Please note: if you have already submitted an application for an ALC, you do not need to complete a second request.

Interested in redesigning your course or assignment for the Active Learning Classrooms? Join the Spring Quarter Faculty Professional Learning Community on Active Learning Classrooms! Educators from any discipline or department are invited to participate. Learn more at:http://www.washington.edu/teaching/uw-library-active-learning-classrooms-fplc.

Please feel free to forward this information on to any and all colleagues you think would like to teach in or learn more about the Active Learning Classrooms.

Best,

Your colleagues at the University Libraries, UW Information Technology and Classroom Support Services