This chapter introduces Reimagining Spaces for Learning in Higher Education and its exploration of how learning and space work together in the digital-social age towards a conceptualisation of a hybrid learning space (Stommel, 2012). It considers how the lived learning experience is affected by the built and digital context and how we, as teachers, students, managers and developers, must look more closely at space to ensure learning remains engaging, challenging and relevant to the development of knowledge, lifelong capabilities and habits.
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