ALT Lab: ALT Lab models and inspires connected learning for a networked world through faculty development, student engagement, communities of practice, and technology-enhanced active learning. We cultivate distinctive, deeper learning experiences fostered by high engagement for student success.
ALT Lab also refers to Academic Learning Transformation Lab.
- General: Choices, options, or possibilities.
- Medicine: Natural, integrative, experimental or fringe.
- Music: Underground or independent.
- Media:Challenge existing powers, represent marginalized groups, foster horizontally networked communities.
- General: A place for collaboration that provides opportunity for experimentation, observation, or practice in a field of study.
- Education: John Dewey’sLaboratory School, home of the experimental and instructional practices that were the basis forThe School and Society(1899).
- Interdisciplinary: An interdisciplinary research laboratory devoted to projects at the convergence of technology, multimedia, sciences, art and design.
- Not this or this or this.
- General:A thorough or dramatic change in form or appearance.
- Education: Adult learning theory that describes the way adults change their worldviews through reflection and dialogue.
- Genetics: An alteration of a cell that occurs when it absorbs exogenous genetic material. Transformation occurs only under certain conditions, when cells are competent.
- Mathematics: Afunction that allows for greater understanding and flexibility for using data.
Possibilities: Alternatives, potential.
- Alt Space. Key to generating a non-breaking space, connecting parts of a whole regardless of formatting rules.
- Alt Space. Key to modifying normal action, amplifying or altering it to fit ever-changing circumstances.
Potential Space: Existing outside the usual or conventional with profound power to influence or alter the mainstream, often realized only when sought.
- Sociology: The “Public Sphere” of Jurgen Habermas.
- Literature:The 9¾ platform at King’s Cross Rail Station in J.K. Rolling’s Harry Potter series.
- Physiology: The possible anatomic cavity between two adjacent non-fixed structures that is not functional under normal physiological standards.
- Government: The “Fourth Branch” or “Fourth Estate.”