The review, analysis, assignment, and management of UI campus space plays a major role in the success of University programs. Effective and efficient utilization of this limited resource relies on a collaborative partnership between campus programs and space management professionals.  The team approach, grounded in the Provost office and supplemented by formal space planning policies and procedures, help align programmatic needs with space assignments in support of institutional objectives. 

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Space Types and Definitions

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Learning spaces that are not tied to a specific subject or discipline by equipment in the room or the configuration of the space.

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Learning spaces used primarily for instruction that requires special purpose equipment or a specific space configuration for student participation, experimentation, observation, or practice in an academic discipline.