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Managing Higher Education Facilities. Alastair Blyth, OECD Programme on Education Building. This Presentation. Infrastructure Planning and Management in Higher Education Institutions OECD Higher Education in the 21 st Century Spatial and technological response Post Occupancy Evaluation.

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managing higher education facilities

Managing Higher Education Facilities

Alastair Blyth, OECD Programme on Education Building

this presentation
This Presentation

Infrastructure Planning and Management in Higher Education Institutions

  • OECD
  • Higher Education in the 21st Century
  • Spatial and technological response
  • Post Occupancy Evaluation
organisation for economic co operation and development oecd
Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD)

OECD membership

  • The OECD has 30 member countries.
  • More than 70 developing and transition economies are engaged in working relationships with the OECD.
  • OECD is committed to pursuing pro-active strategies towards OECD non-member participation.

OECD function

  • A forum in which governments work together to address the economic, social and environmental challenges of interdependence and globalisation.
oecd programme on educational building peb
OECD Programme on Educational Building (PEB)

PEB membership

  • 16 OECD Member countries and 12 associate members.

PEB function

  • Monitors and evaluates facilities policy.
  • Promotes and disseminates good practice in design and management of educational buildings.

PEB’s current activities: 2007-08 Programme of Work

  • Innovation in design to meet users’ needs.
  • Evaluation of procurement policy and practice for educational facilities.
  • School safety and security.
oecd programme on educational building peb5
OECD Programme on Educational Building (PEB)

PEB outputs:

International meetings and conferences. Topics of recent events have included Higher Education Facilities: Issues and Trends; Evaluating Quality in Educational Facilities.

www.oecd.org/edu/facilities

he in the 21 st century
HE in the 21st Century

Some indications:

  • ICT is an enabler – place and time
  • “Globalisation” and / or “Regionalisation”
  • Funding: public to private
  • Relationships with industry
  • Student expectations, quality of life – a significant driver
the facilities
The Facilities

Patterns of Learning

(Also research, teaching)

Spatial Response

Managing the Response

evolving patterns of learning and knowledge sharing
Evolving Patterns of Learning and Knowledge Sharing

Collaborative

Immersive

Mixed

Anywhere

collaborative a social activity
Collaborative– a social activity

Library: Saltire Centre, Glasgow Caledonian University, Scotland

immersive simulation or real world experience
ImmersiveSimulation – or real world experience ?

Simulator: National Maritime College, Ireland.

Source: PEB Compendium 2006

mixed face to face mixed with on line
MixedFace-to-face mixed with on-line

Georgetown University Law Center, Washington D.C.

Source: PEB Compendium 2006

anywhere anytime group individual wireless
Anywhere, anytime group;individual; wireless

Georgetown University Law Center, Washington D.C.

Source: PEB Compendium 2006

spatial response
Spatial Response

Issues affecting spatial response

  • Consider flexibility
  • Physical flexibility
  • Technology - flexibility
  • Organisational flexibility
  • Balance of types of space
  • Timetabling
  • Better management
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Spatial Response

Generic Space

  • Features:
  • Timetabled
  • Use by all
  • Constrained
  • Implications:
  • Manage timetable
  • Flexibility?
  • Expensive if mismanaged

Lecture theatre, Kaposvari Egyetem, Kaposvar, Hungary

Source: PEB Compendium 2006

spatial response16
Spatial Response

Specialised

  • Features:
  • Specific functions
  • Timetabled
  • Formal
  • Specialised equip.
  • Implications:
  • Inflexible
  • Expensive
  • Manage timetable

Simulator: Dept. de Radiodiagnostic, Cegap de Sainte-Foy, Sainte-Foy, Canada

Source: PEB Compendium 2006

spatial response17
Spatial Response

Informal

  • Features:
  • No timetable
  • Flexible
  • Use by anyone
  • Range of settings
  • Implications:
  • Hard to manage
  • Self-directed
  • Exchange space

Haagse Hogeschool, The Hague, Netherlands

Source: PEB Compendium 2006

managing the spatial response
Managing the Spatial Response
  • Design space around human interaction
  • Supporting change through a responsive environment
  • Underpinned by robust information
  • Key questions might be:
    • How much space?
    • How is it being used?
    • When?
    • What is the need?
    • How is it being managed?
post occupancy evaluation poe
Post Occupancy Evaluation (POE)

Provides feedback on:

Building performance and interaction with users

Explores:

  • How users’ needs are changing
  • Building response – is it still appropriate

Post Occupancy Evaluation

Conceive

Procure

Occupy / manage

Feed forwardExperience

Conceive

Procure

Occupy / manage

post occupancy evaluation
Post Occupancy Evaluation
  • Performance:
  • How does the building support the client and user need? What needs to be changed?
  • Product:
  • How well does the fabric achieve its predefined specification? What can be improved?
  • Process:
  • (Delivery or operational process) How did the team perform? How can we manage it better?
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Post Occupancy Evaluation

Post Occupancy Evaluation:

  • Should be integral to infrastructure planning and management
  • Informs management of space
  • Is a basis for responding to organisational change
  • Provides feedback for the ´Brief´
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Post Occupancy Evaluation

HE context

  • Long view

Patterns of learning?

Facilities response?

(How is space used?)

  • Study activities through time
  • Questionnaire survey
  • Workshop …
  • Questionnaire
  • Energy use / CO2 / water use
  • Condition survey
  • Study space through time

Strategic response?

  • Strategies to manage change
  • Speed of response?
conclusion
Conclusion
  • Patterns of learning, research and innovation are evolving
  • Space and technologies must be supportive
  • Manage the spatial response through information analysis
  • Space makes a difference to effectiveness and costs money
thank you
THANK YOU

Alastair Blyth

Analyst, OECD Programme on Educational Building

Alastair.Blyth@oecd.org

www.oecd.org/edu/facilities