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ERIC Number: ED016458
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1966-May
Pages: 73
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Reference Count: 0
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PLANNERS AND PLANNING, A REPORT FROM THE COMMUNITY COLLEGE PLANNING CENTER ON COMMUNITY COLLEGE FACILITIES.
MAYHEW, LEWIS B.
GROWTH OF STUDENT POPULATIONS AND THE KNOWLEDGE EXPANSION NECESSITATE CAREFUL PLANNING IN THE COMMUNITY COLLEGE. PLANT PLANNING DEPENDS ON INSTRUCTIONAL PROGRAM PLANNING, STAFF EMPLOYMENT AND ORGANIZATION, STUDENT PLANNING, FUNDING AND COMMUNITY RELATIONSHIPS. PLANNING SHOULD INVOLVE THE ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF, LIBRARIAN, FACULTY, OTHER STAFF, RESOURCE PERSONNEL AND THE ARCHITECT. MASTER PLANNING, AN IMPORTANT FIRST STEP, INCLUDES COMMUNITY ANALYSIS, COLLEGE ANALYSIS, MASTER SCHEDULING, PREPARATION OF EDUCATIONAL SPECIFICATIONS, CONSTRUCTION SCHEDULES, SITE SELECTION, AND CAMPUS PLANNING. THE CAMPUS SHOULD REFLECT PLANNING OF INSTRUCTIONAL FACILITIES, LIBRARIES AND MUSEUMS, COCURRICULUAR ACTIVITY CENTERS, INSTITUTIONAL SERVICES, PHYSICAL EDUCATION WITH ITS RELATED ACTIVITIES, AND HOUSING. IT SHOULD BE CHARACTERIZED BY INTEGRITY AND UNITY, A RELATIONSHIP TO THE COMMUNITY, FLEXIBILITY, AND GROWTH POTENTIAL. CONSIDERATION SHOULD BE GIVEN TO THE TIME TO PURCHASE OR BUILD, EXPERIMENTAL DESIGN, PLANNING FOR QUALITY, CHOICE OF AN ARCHITECT, SITE ANALYSIS, USE OF EXISTING FACILITIES, CLASSROOM SIZE AND TYPE, UTILITIES, TEMPORARY BUILDINGS, SCIENCE LABORATORIES, RESEARCH FACILITIES, STUDY SPACES, TELEVISION, THE BOOKSTORE, THE COLLEGE UNION, AND FOOD SERVICES. (WO)
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Authoring Institution: Stanford Univ., CA. Community Coll. Planning Center.
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