ERIC Number: ED111366
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1975
School Building Design and Audio-Visual Resources.
National Committee for Audio-Visual Aids in Education, London (England).
The design of new schools should facilitate the use of audiovisual resources by ensuring that the materials used in the construction of the buildings provide adequate sound insulation and acoustical and viewing conditions in all learning spaces. The facilities to be considered are: electrical services; electronic services; light control and ventilation; and sound insulation, acoustic properties and treatment of spaces. General learning areas will vary in design specifications according to the number of students they are to serve: individual learners, small groups of less than 12 students, large groups, and very large groups of more than 40. Additional requirements must be considered for special areas: music, art, drama, business and vocational classrooms; science and language laboratories; and the library and media production center. In the appendix of this booklet, diagrams and floorplans are used to chart reception and antenna patterns for various broadcast equipment. (Author/SL)
Descriptors: Acoustical Environment, Audiovisual Aids, Broadcast Reception Equipment, Building Design, Classroom Design, Design Requirements, Educational Facilities Design, Educational Specifications, Electrical Systems, Electronic Classrooms, Electronic Equipment, Elementary Secondary Education, Facility Requirements, Independent Study, Large Group Instruction, Learning Resources Centers, Lighting Design, Multimedia Instruction, Small Group Instruction
National Committee for Audio-Visual Aids in Education, Educational Foundation for Visual Aids, 33 Queen Anne Street, London W1M OAL, England
Publication Type: Books
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: National Committee for Audio-Visual Aids in Education, London (England).