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ALC rooms (Active Learning Classroom)

About ten classrooms at the University of Gothenburg are adapted for active learning according to the concept ALC – Active Learning Classroom. These classrooms have round tables for cooperation, and whiteboards (and often digital screens) at each table. The rooms are also equipped for blended learning. The teacher is usually positioned in the middle of the room.

The rooms are only suitable for collaborative forms of learning. They are not suited for lectures or similar forms of education.

ALC rooms at University of Gothenburg

The Biomedical Library's ALC rooms

Two rooms for 24 and 30 persons respectively. There are six chairs at each table. The tables each have a whiteboard and a digital screen.

Contact: biomed.utb@ub.gu.se

Campus Haga, room K013

The room holds 36 students at six tables. Each table has a whiteboard on wheels.

Campus Linné, Studietorget

Two rooms that hold 84 + 18 students at 14 + 3 tables. Each table has a whiteboard and a digital screen.

Geovetarcentrum's ALC room

The room holds 30 students at five tables. Each table has a whiteboard, a digital screen and a computer.

Hälsovetarbacken, room 4202

The room holds 36 students at six tables. Each table has a whiteboard and a digital screen.
There is also an "ALC light" room at Hälsovetarbacken (room 7022).

Department of Physics, The Faraday Room (F3005)

The room holds 30 students at five tables. Each table has a whiteboard and a digital screen. 

Contact: Jonas Enger, jonas.enger@gu.se

Pedagogen's ALC room (A1 119)

The room holds 36 students at six tables. Each table has a whiteboard and a digital screen.

Contact: Susanna Larsson, pil@gu.se

Pedagogen A2 314 (ALC light)

The room holds 24 students at five tables. Each table has a whiteboard.

Contact: Susanna Larsson, pil@gu.se

Zoologen, room 2A

The room holds 24 students at four tables. Each table has a whiteboard and a digital screen.

Contact: Michael Axelsson, michael.axelsson@bioenv.gu.se
or Per Licht, per.licht@gu.se

Books

  • Baepler, P. M., Walker, J. D., Brooks, C., Saichaie, K., Petersen, C., & Cohen, B. A. (2016). A guide to teaching in the active learning classroom: history, research, and practice

Links

Contact Information

Pedagogical Development and Interactive Learning (PIL)

Box 300, SE 405 30 Gothenburg, Sweden

Visiting Address:
Pedagogen Hus A, Västra Hamngatan 25, Floor 1

Phone:
+46 (0)31-786 0000

Page Manager: Olof Siverbo|Last update: 3/24/2020
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