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Selected references for planning higher education facilities

Council of Educational Facility Planners.

Selected references for planning higher education facilities

by Council of Educational Facility Planners.

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Published in [Columbus, Ohio] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • College facilities -- Bibliography.

  • Edition Notes

    Statement[by Carroll W. McGuffey and others] Edited by Kenneth R. Widdall, executive secretary.
    ContributionsMcGuffey, C. W.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsZ5943.U5 C68
    The Physical Object
    Pagination95 p.
    Number of Pages95
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5618621M
    LC Control Number68027285

    This book includes a thorough conceptual framework, with descriptions and "how to" applications of educational facilities planning, design, and research. Serving as both a reference and textbook, each of the 18 chapters includes exercises to expand traditional and computer-assisted facilities planning . The purpose of this bibliography is to organize and present an introductory selection of books and reports that may be of value to understand the growing complexities of leadership and planning in institutions of higher education.

    ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: "An anthology of articles from the premier journal in higher education planning"--Cover.   Students’ satisfaction can be defined as a short-term attitude resulting from an evaluation of students’ educational experience, services and facilities. Earlier it was measured by common satisfaction frameworks but later higher education specify satisfaction models were developed. The objective of this review is to render all available constructive literature about students.

      Title: Planning Guide for Maintaining School Facilities: Description: This Guide was prepared by members of the National Forum on Education Statistics to help school facilities managers plan for efficient and effective operations. REFP, Recognized Educational Facility Planner, is the Association's professional designation. In instituting this mark of distinction for educational facility planners, we recognize the successful achievements and continual professional development efforts of qualified Association members.


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