Student Experience, Social Networks, Sustainability: Outcomes of Longitudinal Design Change
31 July 2013
Competition for space in a growing urban university needs to balance student demands for comfortable, well-equipped teaching and learning environments with staff office requirements for research and tutorials. This case study presents the outcomes of spatial changes in a built environment academic department that twice altered its facilities between 2005 and 2012. The main outcome metrics cover student experience and satisfaction, social networks, and sustainability. Following the case study, the audience will be invited to explore innovative spatial solutions and to predict their effect.
Student Experience, Social Networks, Sustainability: Outcomes of Longitudinal Design Change. Presented at: Science for College and University Planning (SCUP) 48 San Diego, California.
Marmot, A., Sailer, K. (2013)