Accreditation - LL Network
Accreditation principles of the LearningLab Network Foundation's
The Université de Lille is a member of the Learning Lab Network.
As such, it plans to submit the locations under development, once opened, to the accreditation process coordinated by the network.
The 7 badges required to obtain the Label are listed below and the details of the procedure are available here: PDF document, 298 KB, new window
1. Host a variety of educational activities
This badge highlights the diversity of educational activities carried out in your LearningLab: project-based approach, flipped classroom, role-playing games, conferences, distance learning systems, etc.
2. Provides a variety of equipment to support the activities
A LearningLab has a set of equipment, both digital and non-digital, which will support the pedagogy and develop the possibilities of a space: software, telepresence solutions, studios, boards, games, etc. This equipment is chosen in relation to the activities, and evolves with time and experience.
3. Evolves according to uses
To enable educational experimentation and, more generally, to meet the needs of different users, your LearningLab can evolve according to uses. It can articulate several spaces (coworking, conviviality, classrooms), be modular (furniture, walls)...
4. Supporting its users
The appropriation of the tools and spaces of a LearningLab is an essential issue, which requires support for the various users: getting to grips with the tools, support for scripting, training, logistical information, etc. This support requires the mobilisation of resource persons and the implementation of various support methods.
5. Accessibility and diversity
The openness and mix of audiences are key values of the LearningLab Network. This openness is assessed both in an actual way (plurality of profiles, openness to varied audiences/events) and in a potential way (availability and access to spaces).
6. Develops a reflective approach
Both upstream and downstream of setting up a LearningLab, it is essential to adopt a continuous improvement and experimentation approach. This means putting in place methodologies for evaluating the project, involving users in the design, layout and development of the learning spaces, and evolving according to the data collected.
7. Contribute to the development of the network
Sharing experiences, feedback on technical choices made, dissemination of monitoring or resources, participation and organisation of LearningExpeditions, participation in the colloquium... There are many ways of getting involved in the LearningLab Network, which enable collective intelligence to be generated and disseminated.
And the bonus badge :
8. Contributes to scientific research
A LearningLab is a space for educational experimentation, it can be part of a scientific approach by associating itself with research: collection and sharing of data, setting up of action research, association with research laboratories, etc.