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Hyperstruction Studio



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How Will the Room be Utilized?

  • Formal Application Process

    Faculty may submit proposals to the Vice Provost of Undergraduate Academic Programs to utilize the room and explore instructional approaches aimed at enhancing student engagement and learning success. Instructors are encouraged to utilize the unique technologies / physical appointments within the classroom (supported by Computing and Communications) and are expected to develop assessment mechanisms and thoroughly document results.
    To schedule the facility please contact Gladis Herrera-Berkowitz
  • Ad Hoc Use

    Faculty may reserve the Hyperstruction Studio for one or more meetings per quarter for short-term / informal instructional use, workshops, and seminars that utilize the unique physical and technological appointments within the room. Experience gained from these sessions will be incorporated into future publications concerning the facility.
    For questions about pedagogical techniques please contact Leo Schouest
  • General Purpose CAI (computer assisted instruction) Lab

    The Studio may be used as a general purpose computer assisted instructional lab. Currently, campus public computer labs are impacted, and the facility will help meet campus demand for computer assisted instructional space (e.g. for research methods classes utilizing statistical / computational software). Experience gained from these sessions will be incorporated into future publications concerning the facility.
    For questions about the technology, please contact Larry McGrath


General Campus Information

University of California, Riverside
900 University Ave.
Riverside, CA 92521
Tel: (951) 827-1012

Career Opportunities

Undergraduate Education

Hyperstruction Studio
170 Surge Bldg

Tel: (951) 827-4751
Fax: (951) 827-4796
E-mail: gladis.herrera-berkowitz@ucr.edu

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