Understanding student use of informal learning spaces with cognitive and photographic mapping | Emma Wilson

In 2016, LSE unveiled six refurbished informal learning spaces in Clement House.
As part of this process, we sought to uncover how spaces such as these fit into the day-to-day life of a student. To help with our enquiry, we decided to design and deliver a one-hour interactive workshop with students at LSE. We had three objectives:
To better understand the behaviours, attitudes and preferences of LSE students using informal learning spaces such as those within the Clement House rotunda. Specifically, to better understand how, what, when, where and why students use particular learning spaces….

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