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Reinterpreting 'Exploring Complex Learning Spaces' (Wood & Warwick, 2018)

Shaimaa Ragab Abdelkarim, Tabitha Watson, Alsahira Alkhayer


The paper by Wood and Warwick (2018) explores the “increasingly complex places” that modern universities provide for learners. They proposed a model that describes the universities’ learning spaces as Dynamic, Extended, Ecological, Participatory (DEEP). In this video, we present our personal experiences with learning (and teaching) spaces during the week 27 Nov – 1 December 2017 at the University of Leicester and beyond the campus space. We invite you to reflect with us on how this relates to the DEEP model, and how it relates to your own learning spaces.


Reinterpretation; learning spaces; higher education; student staff partnership


Wood, P. and Warwick, P. (2018). Exploring Complex Learning Spaces. Journal of Learning and Teaching in Higher Education, 1, (1)



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