- The Experiential Learning Hub
- Booking a Consultation
- Teaching and Learning Support
The Experiential Learning Hub (ELH) at Carleton is a dedicated space for students and instructors to engage and experiment with emerging immersive technologies, such as extended reality (XR) headsets, immersive learning experiences, 3D scanning, and tools for XR development. Experiential learning is a significant strategic priority at Carleton and Ontario-wide.
Whether you want to incorporate experiential learning opportunities into your course or want to discuss effective teaching strategies, we’re available for one-on-one consultations.
Located on the 6th floor of Southam Hall, the Hub features exciting new spaces and equipment for teaching with XR:
- An Active Learning Classroom.
- Expanded Creation Suites, featuring a variety of XR and media creation tools.
- Two state-of-the-art XR Experience Studios designed to support students using a variety of immersive experiences.
These newly enhanced spaces will support experiential learning and develop students’ skills in new media and digital literacies.
Through the Future Learning Lab and the Experiential Learning Hub, instructors will access innovative applications, experiences, hardware, tools, and support provided in part by the Future Skills XR Grant, in partnership with EON Reality.
Teaching and learning with XR
XR stories and pioneering projects
Find out about the programs supported by the ELH
Book a consultation with the Experiential Learning Hub via the TLS Support Portal.