Range of visual aids needed to convey school design projects
from Research Design Connections
Using multiple types of visual tools in a school design project is a good idea, according to a study published in the journal, Learning Environment Research. Through an in depth case study of the design of a secondary school, the researchers determined that "Using a range of visual methods [based on photographs and maps] allows a complex, but coherent understanding of the particular school environment to be constructed and developed. It is further argued that such a range of visual and spatial methods is needed to develop appropriate understanding."
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