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Our updated CSE Learning Space offers a new approach to both collaborative and traditional teaching. The new space offers two rooms: CSE E231 Active Learning Center and CSE E235, a more traditional open student area.  Also referred to as a “flipped classroom”, more information about active learning at UF can be found here.

Active Learning Center – E231

The Active Learning Center is the latest sign of the University of Florida’s continuing commitment to transforming campus learning spaces. The 126-seat facility is already popular with students and instructors, owing to its unique blend of space, furnishings, and technology.

The Active Learning Center offers the following:

  • 126 PCs arranged in 14 computer pods, available for active learning pedagogy and testing
  • 10 large displays and 4 projectors – one screen for each pod to allow for students to easily follow along with presentations, or they can display their own screen for the group to view.
  • This room can be reserved for classroom instruction and testing

Open Area – E235

CSE E235 offers walk up computers, study space, power outlets, and printing services. Staffed by a Technology Consultant, black and white, color, and large-format poster printing are available.