Carleton University will be creating a $2M learning lab space thanks to a $1M investment from the Government of Ontario. The Future Learning Lab will be created on the MacOdrum Library’s fourth floor, and will focus on offering a space and programming that will foster innovation and partnerships between students and instructors. It will also offer innovation grants, undergraduate research opportunities, spaces instructors can use to innovate with pedagogical design, and student study spaces. “This is an exciting moment for Carleton to tangibly support pedagogical practices that push boundaries and collaborate with students as partners in the teaching and learning process,” says Carleton Provost and VP (Academic) Jerry Tomberlin. “At its core, the lab aims to help learners succeed and develop skills beyond traditional academic activities.” Carleton Note: Archived stories may contain dead links or be missing source links.