It began with the idea of creating learning spaces made available to every single teacher and student on campus. The notion of adding 12 classrooms, no matter how flexible and various in scale, created a sense of inequity toward the existing traditional classrooms. We asked ourselves, what if we allowed a democratically driven co-learning model to drive collaboration and new learning interactions on campus? Can we give teachers the chance to break out, try new teaching venues, enliven and craft their curricula around openness, supported by technologies that enrich learning? The following diagram sequence illustrates the co-learning model and reveals a vibrancy of possibilities for interaction.