Formal Learning Spaces in Higher Education – a Systematic Review

Marie Leijon*, Ivar Nordmo, Åsa Tieva, Rie Troelsen

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    Abstract

    Over the past ten years, there has been an increasing focus on physical learning spaces in higher education. By now, what do we really know about the relation between space and student learning? What does the research landscape look like, and how has it developed? A systematic review of peer-reviewed 108 articles on the physical learning space for the period 2009–2019 was performed. A broad and fragmented field emerged that is to some extent under-researched and under-theorized. Few articles contain theory sections, and very few authors refer to each other’s work in their articles. On the other hand, a diversity of themes, methods and perspectives can be seen. Overall, the review can contribute to an overview of what we know–and what we do not know–about the complex relationship between student learning and learning spaces.

    OriginalsprogEngelsk
    TidsskriftTeaching in Higher Education
    ISSN1356-2517
    DOI
    StatusE-pub ahead of print - 30. apr. 2022

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