Thursday, 26 April 2012
Works earlier this year have resulted in a revamp of the Student Recruitment space and new collaborative learning spaces for students at both Joondalup and Mount Lawley.
Having recently moved to Building 1, the Student Recruitment Office now has a brighter, more vibrant feel. With a less formal setting the area is designed to welcome potential students into the reception area where they can browse a number of prospectuses.
The office also has interactive desk spaces, allowing prospective students to gather around a computer while the staff easily guide them through their options in a comfortable environment.
The new learning spaces at Joondalup and Mount Lawley offers a flexible teaching environment, supporting group work around interactive LCD screens and glass boards to write on. Each room is equipped with a minimum of three LCD screens and a remote control, allowing the teacher to move around the room using any of these screens to support the lesson.
The half-moon shaped orio tables allow students at individual desks to easily move into a group, but will also support the more traditional exam room set up. Some of the rooms feature glass doors to separate them into two individual spaces; this glass area also acts as additional writing space for the class.
The new collaborative learning spaces are situated in rooms 4.236, 4.237, 8A.306, 8A.307 and 21.204 on the Joondalup campus and in room 18.106 in Mount Lawley.