Learn More About the Active Learning Center
The Active Learning Center classroom is designed to promote engagement, creativity, and collaboration. The classroom, made possible through a grant from Steelcase Education, allows for a better understanding of how learning takes place, and how smarter, more active learning spaces help. The Active Learning Center is located in the lower level of Madonna Hall, at the intersection of D’Youville College and Leonardo da Vinci High School. Click here to learn more about the space. To reserve the Active Learning Center, please place a request in 25Live.
Active Learning Classrooms
Seven general use classrooms in on the 2nd floor of BFAC were upgraded to Active Learning Classrooms. This effort was part of an effort by the Classroom Upgrades Working Group to set a new strategy for standards, vision, and decisions associated with classroom upgrades; as well as adding consistency in technology specs and orders. The following classrooms were part of this upgrade: BFAC 201, 202, 203, 204, 207, 208, 209. In working with one of our vendors, AllSteel, we introduced exciting, new classroom furniture that offers faculty options that fit their daily teaching needs and students choice and control in their seating.
Reserving an Active Learning Classroom
- To reserve active learning classrooms for one time use, please place a request in 25Live.
- If you would like to use for the entire semester, you may place a request in this form.
Specs and Information on the Active Learning Classrooms
This is just the starting effort by Bob Grabowski in the IT Pulse Center. More guides will be developed on the other classrooms soon.