Is your current learning environment functional? Do the premises support your operating culture and needs? Are they pleasant and used efficiently? Does your learning environment serve the continuously changing ways of teaching and learning?
A user-driven learning environment updates itself as necessary
New practices require renewal.
The operating culture at educational institutions is changing radically, and teaching and learning methods are increasingly varied. New practices and methods also require a new type of learning environment. New learning environments should be created in a user-driven and inclusive way.
Schools and learning environments have traditionally been designed to last for decades. However, the current pace of change means it is difficult to predict when and how the ways of teaching and learning will change, and what demands this will place on learning environments.
Martela’s Learning environment as a Service model is a solution to this challenge. It enables educational institutions to create easily modifiable, versatile learning and teaching environments that adapt to the users’ individual needs. The service includes continuous optimisation of the learning environment. The model ensures that the learning environment is always at its best.
- Defining goals and users’ needs
- User-driven design
- Implementation of the transformation and support
- Constant collection of user data and optimisation as required
Select the service package best suited to your needs
Schools and educational institutions are activity-based environments that must serve their users flexibly. Martela’s Learning environment as a Service model ensures a learning environment that is always at its best.
A Learning environment as a Service is always implemented as a solution that matches the needs of the organisation and its users. The available services are the specification of development goals and needs, participatory planning, and implementation of the learning environment. The continuous optimisation model consists of measurement and analysis of the use of the spaces and the user experience, participatory planning for updates, furniture as a service, an optimisation and recycling service, and development of the operating culture.
We utilise the collected data and make plans in collaboration with the users. The Martela team will also be responsible for the implementation and continuous optimisation of the learning environment.
- Continuous testing, evaluation and development
- The learning environment is created based on the user data and experiences
- Improved productivity and the ability to innovate
- User experience improves when the operating and learning culture is updated
- Predictable and controllable total costs
The Learning environment as a Service model is easy to adopt. Since we collect user experiences and measure the utilisation rate of the spaces, we obtain a lot of information that helps us to modernise the learning environment in ways that meet the users’ needs.