We're ecstatic with how the new Active Learning Classroom turned out at the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences at the University of Pennsylvania. Previously the Engineering Library, the new space offers Engineering students and faculty a high-tech, collaborative learning space that has been designed to enable the space to be transformed into group work and reading space when not being used as a classroom.
Walls are designed as flush, over-size white boards enabling the students to, literally, write all over the walls without consequences. The room is equipped with a brilliantly designed integrated technology learning suite (by Philadelphia A/V firm Cenero) that facilitates dynamic sharing of lessons via wi-fi video to large scale screens and projectors.
The photos here are by the very talented Don Pearse Photographers, who shot for the contractor. Stay tuned for more photos soon.