Technology is reshaping education around the world. From the rapid proliferation of massive open online courses, or MOOCs, to the widespread use of devices that support a variety of “blended learning” models (part online, part bricks-and-mortar).
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This design research study was conducted to evaluate the spatial implications of technology on learning spaces. Observations were conducted at 16 schools, which included six colleges and ten high schools. The colleges consisted of both public and private. High schools were public, private and charter. Interviews were with educators, administrators, technologists, and students at the primary, secondary, and higher education levels.