Centrally Supported Teaching & Learning Spaces

Centrally supported teaching and learning spaces enable the University to provide quality environments where effective learning can take place. There are currently 179 centrally supported facilities and the management is shared by Estate Support Service (ESS), the IT Service (NUIT) and Timetabling Services.

However the key to ensuring that the rooms are fit for purpose is the cooperation of staff and students who use them.

A document has been drawn up by the Centrally Supported Learning Spaces (CSLS) Team which outlines the roles and responsibilities of all stakeholders and how the organisation of these spaces work - The Management of and Responsibility for 'centrally supported' teaching and learning spaces (PDF: 146KB).

To support this document a Code of Practice (Word: 33KB) is also displayed in all centrally supported rooms.