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Articles: A new educational infrastructure agency for Belgium’s Flemish community; Clicks, bricks and spondulicks – Feature; An industrial building converted into a girls school in Australia; Korea’s school grounds projects; Sierra University in Mexico; An environmentally sustainable development in Australia; An ultra energy-efficient school in Quebec.
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PEB Exchange (en español) no. 49 - Junio 2003.La revista de la OCDE para la construcción y el equipamiento de la educación.
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Articles: The urban complex in Cattolica, Italy; Current concerns for Austrian school facilities; Evaluating school facilities in Portugal; Designing tomorrow's school; Educational facilities in Slovenia; Library environments and organisations: opportunities or constraints?; Designs for learning in the Knowledge Age.
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This seminar focused on the relationship between information and communication technologies and the built environment. The summary report is available.
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Articles: School safety in France; New South Wales School design projects; Review of building quality using post-occupancy evaluation; Two vocational training schools in Quebec; Australia's Oak Valley Aboriginal School; Public/Private Partnerships in Quebec.
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Articles: EMSOM, the vocational training school in south-west Montreal; Hungary's German School of Budapest; Design down process: designing a school in Iceland with its users; A few facts about universities in Slovakia; Tertiary education infrastructure in the United Kingdom; Book review.
PEB and Ireland's Department of Education and Science held an international seminar to look at some recent attempts to conceive the school of tomorrow. An exhibition presenting educational institutions featured in the PEB compendium Designs for Learning took place in conjunction with the seminar. They took place in Galway, Ireland, on 1-4 September 2002
Who finances educational facilities? What are the criteria used and how are they applied? Each country has its own system; however, the general trends are towards diversification of funding sources and decentralisation of responsibility. This pub...
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Articles: The Australian Science and Mathematics School, Flinders University, South Australia; The Lycée Maximilien Perret in France; School works in the United Kingdom: a new approach to local school design; Venezuela's Bolivarian Schools Project; Disaster management and educational facilities; New directions for tomorrow's schools: a personal view from New Zealand.