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Please note that all references have been hyperlinked within the web pages.  This list includes all of the hyperlinked resources in one list.  

Assignment Two

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Dam, R.F. & Siang, T.Y. (2020). Stage 5 in the Design Thinking Process: Test. Interaction Design Foundation.

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Fox, R. & Lam, P. (2012). Balancing context, pedagogy and technology on learning space designs: Opportunities amidst infrastructural developments in Hong Kong. In M. Keppell, K. Souter & M. Riddle (Eds.), Physical and virtual learning spaces in higher education concepts for the modern learning environment (pp. 72-86). IGI Global.

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Hunley, S. & Schaller, M. (2006). Assessing learning spaces. In D.G. Oblinger (Ed.), Learning Spaces. EDUCAUSE.

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Assignment One

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Ellis R.A., Goodyear P., & Marmot A. (2018). Spaces of Teaching and Learning: An Orientation. In R. Ellis & P. Goodyear (Eds.), Spaces of Teaching and Learning. Understanding Teaching-Learning Practice (pp. 1-11). Springer.

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Finley, T., & Wiggs, B. (2016). Rethinking classroom design: Create student-centered learning spaces for 6-12th graders. ProQuest Ebook Central.

Fisher, K. D. (2012). The new learning environment: Hybrid designs for hybrid learning.

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Gibbons, S. (2018, January 14). Empathy mapping: The first step in design thinking. Nielsen Norman Group.

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Harris, S. (2010). The Place of Virtual, Pedagogic and Physical Space in the 21st Century Classroom. Sydney Centre for Innovation in Learning.

Harrison, A., & Hutton, L. (2013). Design for the changing educational landscape: Space, place and the future of learning. ProQuest Ebook Central.

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Interaction Design Foundation. (n.d.). Problem Statement.

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Lippincott, J. K. (2009). Learning spaces: Involving faculty to improve pedagogy. Educause Review, 44(2), 16 – 18.

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Loertscher, D. V. & Koechlin, C. (2014). Climbing to excellence: Defining characteristics of successful learning commons. Knowledge Quest. Library Spaces, 42(4), 1-10.

Loertscher, D. V., Koechlin, C., Zwann, S., & Rosenfeld, E. (2011). The New Learning Commons: Where Learners Win!: Reinventing School Libraries and Computer Labs (2nd ed.). Learning Commons Press.

Ministry of Education. (2016, November). Flexible Learning Spaces How the design of spaces can help student achievement.

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