Making the most of in-person educational encounters in a digital world

Early on in the pandemic, the threat of “zoom bombing” was one of the plights of learning and teaching in virtual classrooms. This problem with digital classrooms was quickly solved, and today collaborating in tightly sealed digital spaces is something we take for granted. Even with the return of students and faculty to campus and to in-person classes, the sharply defined channels of online communication continue to influence our learning environments.

While the design of academic spaces has traditionally appreciated the value of chance encounters and informal collaboration, we now need to even more strongly cultivate these interactions. Great content is readily available online,

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