|Leonard S. Klinck (LSK)|
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Comfortable furniture: Height adjustable and height-varied seating with flex back and upholstered seat bottoms provide ergonomics and allow for the choice of standing or sitting.
Flexible room layout: The furniture can be configured to support both small group work and large front-of-room teaching.
Supports collaboration: Hexagonal tables encourage students to communicate with one another in groups of up to six. Each group has access to ample writing surfaces with wall boards for problem solving and a movable whiteboard that can be wheeled to the front of room for presentations.
Easy access and movement in space: Instructors have ample room to easily move around to circulate table to table. The right amount of space between tables ensures easy movement throughout while maintaining a large group feel.
Spacious work surfaces: Large shared tables provide enough space for notebooks, laptops, and textbooks.
Pragmatic instructor space: The lectern with its surface mounted equipment does not interfere with sight lines, movement and interaction, and has plenty of surface space for any instructional materials.
- Department of Mathematics
- Department of Statistics
- Science One Program
- UBC Learning Spaces Team
- UBC Project Services