Last night the University of Glasgow’s, James McCune Smith Learning Hub scooped the Project of the Year, the Pupil/Student Experience Award, and was also Highly Commended in the Inspiring Learning Spaces category at the Learning Places Scotland Awards.
“It’s so rewarding to help deliver such a bold vision and exciting brief set down by the University and to now see students enjoying and taking ownership of the learning spaces”
The design of the new learning and teaching hub has been inspired and driven by user consultation at every level, emphasising the student experience to provide an environment that is open and accessible for all.
Creating a memorable gateway building that sits at the heart of a conservation area, the hub provides state of the art learning and teaching facilities for over 2,500 students and focuses on general teaching in a shared learning hub that embraces new teaching pedagogies and optimises space utilisation in a highly sustainable BREEAM Excellent facility.
This world-leading learning and teaching facility puts technology, connectivity and accessibility at the heart of the learning experience.
Patrick Clark, Associate Director; “We were delighted that the James McCune Smith Learning Hub picked up 2 awards and a commendation at the Learning Places Scotland Awards last night. So rewarding to help deliver such a bold vision and exciting brief set down by the University and to now see students enjoying and taking ownership of the learning spaces.”