Teresa Heitor

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The paper is concerned with the spatial condition of school buildings and the preconditions it contains for encouraging and facilitating learning through a social, cultural and informational interface. The paper is organised into three parts. The first part identifies key factors that must be considered when addressing design quality in educational(More)
The paper explores the potential of using available WiFi networks as an input for a space-use analysis model capable of describing-observing, recording and quantifying-and visualizing spatial usage and users' spatial behaviours in knowledge-sharing scenarios and correlating this information to spatial structure. Knowledge-sharing scenarios are defined as(More)
1 INTRODUCTION Design is very often a collaborative activity, involving the cooperative work of experts from multiple disciplines. Moreover, design activities do frequently require the gathering of teams that are geographically spread. In the coincidental case of design teams being formed by experts from different disciplines geographically distributed(More)
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