Teach in an Active Learning Classroom
Innovative Spaces at Ohio State
The Innovative Spaces program is a campus-wide initiative to foster transformational teaching and learning by providing targeted access to spaces designed for active learning. This collaboration between ODEE, the University Registrar, and the University Institute for Teaching and Learning (UITL) encourages greater focus on active learning pedagogy and more deliberate utilization of physical classroom spaces.
Instructors accepted into the program receive priority scheduling in an Active Learning Classroom, 1-on-1 technology training, and access to professional learning opportunities.
We want YOUR feedback!
If you are an instructor applying to teach in an innovative space, we would love to hear from you about your preferences and experiences with Active Learning Classrooms. Please take a few minutes to complete this survey by July 19, 2019. Your response is valuable in helping us determine future directions for classroom design and active learning programming.
The application for Spring 2020 courses is now open!
Applications for the rooms below may be submitted by instructors or department schedulers.
Our Innovative Spaces
- Campbell Hall 100
- Derby Hall 029 (coming soon... configuration to match Enarson Classroom Building 018; see below)
- Enarson Classroom Building 014
- Enarson Classroom Building 018
- Enarson Classroom Building 311
- Pomerene Hall 280
- Stillman Hall 135
Scheduling an Innovative Space after the deadline? Once the application window has closed, late requests for credit-bearing courses can be entered into the Registrar’s scheduling system by your department scheduler.
Requesting space for an event? Requests for events (and non-credit bearing courses) can be entered into the Registrar’s scheduling system by your department scheduler in accordance with their timelines and policies for classroom scheduling.
Have a question? Let us know.