July 28, 2021
Learn more about the 2021 Campus Facilities Inventory, a revealing survey of 88 higher-education institutions across the country who shared data on their buildings, as well as recent and planned changes to their facilities.
July 2, 2021
This summer we have a great lineup of conference workshops where we hope to connect with you!
June 24, 2021
How will campuses change post-pandemic? Based on roundtable discussions and interviews with dozens of colleges and universities, read about 12 detailed changes coming soon to a campus near you.
June 16, 2021
In this post, we share what library, student affairs, and campus architect leaders all agreed went well over the past year, what they would have changed, and what they all agreed is needed in order to move forward.
June 3, 2021
Workplaces are tools for productivity, made up of hardware and software. While designing exciting and beautiful offices has received a lot of attention in recent years, the most successful workplaces are the result of investment not only in designing the built environment but also the services, norms, and culture necessary to unlock the productive potential of the workplace.
May 25, 2021
As part of their Hybrid Work Discussion Series, Knoll convened workplace leaders across North America for peer-to-peer discussion around the changing workplace and the impacts of Covid-19. Download the whitepaper to learn more.
May 6, 2021
Workstyles integrate quantitative and qualitative information about users to enable planners and designers to forecast the variety and scales of user needs with more certainty. This article explains what workstyles are and how to develop and apply them to space and service design projects.
April 9, 2021
How can colleges and universities increase the success of their students? In this post, brightspot and Double Line define student success, identify common tech challenges you might be facing behind the scenes, and identify five evidence-based strategies to increase success.
March 26, 2021
Students expect a cohesive, seamless, and personalized experience at every interaction they have online and in person. By answering six straightforward questions: Why, What, How, Who, Where, and When, you can develop a cohesive vision and plan for your student service redesign.
March 23, 2021
As libraries make their public-facing spaces more people-focused and mobile tech makes big us/them service desks obsolete, it’s important to ensure that staff have creativity-enhancing spaces of their own along with the work processes, tools, and training to be effective.