USC's innovative physical spaces cater for shifts in student mobility, changes in teaching practice and the adoption of new and emerging technological tools.
Spaces are technology-enabled to ensure students can bring their own devices and have fast efficient internet access.
New purpose-built spaces can be easily reconfigured with a range of flexible furniture that enables group work, multiple presentations and small seminars.
USC educators are encouraged to develop innovative approaches to teaching and learning to make the best possible use of the new and refurbished learning spaces across our campuses; spaces that include:
- Simulation spaces
- Health and Sport Centre
- Lecture theatres
- Tutorial rooms
- Collaborative Learning spaces
- Gympie Learning Hub, Gympie Campus
Engineering Learning Hub Visualisation and Collaboration Studios
This world class visualisation facility consists of two distinct spaces.
The Visualisation Studio, is home to the 2D/3D Cave2 system along with a number of breakout learning spaces.
The Collaboration Studio has been designed to foster learning through collaboration in a technology rich environment, capped off with a 3D enabled screen on which multiple sources (table and student laptops, tablets, phones) can be shared. The Collaboration Studio also includes video conferencing systems facilities for multi-campus teaching.
For bookings and more information visit Visualisation at USC - the Engineering Learning Hub
Third spaces are the informal learning and meeting places that play a key role in the life of USC students.
Continuous evaluation of these places occurs to ensure students are provided with spaces they can transform into places for learning. USC's Third Spaces include: