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pointing to new trends in tertiary education. Is existing infrastructure flexible enough to meet the changing demands? What new … sectors. These topics were addressed at the PEB seminar entitled “The Changing Infrastructure of Tertiary Education”.</i> …
Post Occupancy Evaluation is described here in terms of its aims, principles, benefits, methods, timing and results …. Three examples illustrating the evaluation of educational facilities are given, followed by a summary. …
Without education, development will not occur, only an educated people can command the skills necessary for sustainable economic growth and for a better quality of life. Recognizing this fact, African governments have placed heavy emphasis on expanding educational opportunities from primary...
Students with physical disabilities at the University of Grenoble are offered a range of services provided by various specialised and complementary structures to meet the needs of student life. A number of associations and government sectors have joined forces in quite a unique way to build a...
The University of Salamanca in Spain has planned a new campus rooted in the local culture, geography, architecture and academic tradition. It will be built in the adjacent municipality of Villamayor, along the bank of the river Tormes. The master plan defines the basic features for what is one...
The largest-ever evaluation of an Irish research programme has concluded that the PRTLI is “the beginning of a major …
In the knowledge society of the 21<sup>st</sup> century everyone – not only children but every person, enterprise and organisation – will need ongoing access to a full range of quality education and training services. This principle, often espoused by the OECD and endorsed by the ministers of education...
The following article is based on a presentation by Sarah E. Thomas, a librarian at Cornell University in the United States. This abridged version begins by summarising how libraries thrive in an era of change. Next it explores storing print publications and how libraries are increasing space...