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Learning in the living campus - remotely sensing activities correlated to learning in outdoor spaces

Aprendizado no projeto “living campus”- utilizando o sensoriamento remoto para compreender atividades correlacionadas à aprendizagem em espaços ao ar livre

Vaz, Carlos Eduardo Verzola; Karakiewicz, Justyna Anna; Kvan, Thomas;

Artigo Completo:

This paper presents preliminary results of a research that seeks to develop an algorithmic model to represent how campus users interact with one another, as well with the surrounding environment, in order to comprehend the dynamics of activities that can be correlated to learning in open spaces and thus develop design guidance for such spaces. The hypothesis is that learning activities in outdoor spaces is also responsible to contribute to the life of the academic purpose of the campus, and that this can then inform design decisions for such spaces to better support outdoor informal learning. During the research, video recording and interviews were used to collect data and identify patterns of behavior in three research sites in the University of Melbourne.

Artigo Completo:

This paper presents preliminary results of a research that seeks to develop an algorithmic model to represent how campus users interact with one another, as well with the surrounding environment, in order to comprehend the dynamics of activities that can be correlated to learning in open spaces and thus develop design guidance for such spaces. The hypothesis is that learning activities in outdoor spaces is also responsible to contribute to the life of the academic purpose of the campus, and that this can then inform design decisions for such spaces to better support outdoor informal learning. During the research, video recording and interviews were used to collect data and identify patterns of behavior in three research sites in the University of Melbourne.

Palavras-chave: Open Spaces, Learning, Remote Sensing, Computer Vision,

Palavras-chave: Open Spaces, Learning, Remote Sensing, Computer Vision,

DOI: 10.5151/despro-sigradi2015-100309

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Como citar:

Vaz, Carlos Eduardo Verzola; Karakiewicz, Justyna Anna; Kvan, Thomas; "Learning in the living campus - remotely sensing activities correlated to learning in outdoor spaces", p. 589-595 . In: . São Paulo: Blucher, 2015.
ISSN 2318-6968, ISBN: 978-85-8039-136-7
DOI 10.5151/despro-sigradi2015-100309

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