This journal is “a peer-reviewed, open-access journal published biannually, The Journal of Learning Spaces provides a scholarly, multidisciplinary forum for research articles, case studies, book reviews, and position pieces related to all aspects of learning space design, operation, pedagogy, and assessment.
We define learning as the process of acquiring knowledge, skill, or understanding as a result of study, experience, or teaching.
Learning spaces are designed to support, facilitate, stimulate, or enhance learning and teaching. Learning spaces encompass formal, informal, and virtual environments:
- formal: lecture halls, laboratories, traditional classrooms
- informal: learning commons, multimedia sandbox, residential study areas, huddle rooms
- virtual: learning management systems, social media websites, online virtual environments
We invite submissions of practical and theoretical works from practitioners and academics across a wide range of subject disciplines and organizational backgrounds, including Architecture, Interior and Product Design, Education, Information and Library Science, Instructional Technology, Sociology, and Student and Residential Life. Submissions should focus primarily on learning spaces and their impact on or relationship to teaching and learning.”