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ERIC Number: ED081336
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1972
Pages: 52
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The Commuting Student Study, Report III: Lounge Space.
Williamson, W. J.
This report presents an analysis of the free time on campus utilization of lounging space at the University of Alberta. Data were collected by a questionnaire limited to student life outside of the instruction time. Results indicated: (1) next to student study, lounging space is the most important informal time need; (2) students from many faculties reported intensive use of large centralized lounge areas; (3) student satisfaction with lounges is highest for the newest and/or largest lounges or for space offering the best lounging qualities; and (4) the student description of the ideal student lounge describes centralized and decentralized space of high physical and environmental qualities. Appendices of related material are included. Related documents are HE 004 494, HE 004 491, HE 004 526 and HE 004 492. (MJM)
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Authoring Institution: Alberta Univ., Edmonton. Office of Institutional Research and Planning.