An Assessment of the Effectiveness of E-Learning on University Space Planning and Design

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The emergence of newly adopted metaphors such as “virtual university”, “networked campus” and “e-university” may have an impact on a university's modus operandi in the twenty-first century. In terms of space management this will shift the emphasis towards a more time-flexible, space-flexible and location-flexible pattern which will become sine qua non for e-learning. This paper addresses the wider implications of these changes on the space design and management of existing university buildings. In particular, it examines the design implications on a selected building at the UCE , Perry Barr Campus in the West Midlands.
Shabha, Ghasson
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p79 - 86
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