A range of new spaces are being brought to life on the UTS campus. Designed to support both informal and formal learning experiences, these spaces provide a opportunities for students and staff to collaborate and interact. Wander through the campus and witness the vibrant learning communities already in action.
New collaborative theatres facilitate multiple forms of engagement including lecture presentations, collaborative group work and technology-enabled activities.
These spaces provide opportunities for technology-enabled project work and learning that occurs in groups.
Hybrid spaces are situated in Learning Commons and are primarily for students' informal learning. These spaces can also be booked by academics for occasional use to explore different teaching and learning approaches. These spaces lend themselves to learning and research events involving the wider community.
Students value appropriate places to study - alone and with others - and places to socialise on campus. Learning Commons provide a range of settings and facilities to support students in their activities throughout the day. There are now a series of these student spaces at UTS:
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Guides to learning spaces
A range of practical guides relating to spaces and technology are being developed.
|Future spaces now|
(PDF - 2.8MB, 13 pages)
|How to use an|
(PDF - 3.3MB, 5 pages)