Through its work, data collection, outreach, and careful review of various studies and information, the committee is led to conclude that as it moves forward with implementation of its Master Plan, UMass Boston has a tremendous opportunity to plan for and design spaces that support and promote the learning, teaching, and research requirements of the campus community. It is hoped that the recommended guidelines and standards outlined in this report will assist and inform the planning and design of new and renovated campus facilities and specifically address the technological needs of classrooms, laboratories, offices, informal study areas, and social spaces throughout the campus. As technology transforms rapidly and the needs of the campus evolve, the committee also recommends that this report is reviewed and updated on a yearly basis.
Mehta, Apurva; Ayyagari, Ramakrishna; Berry, Eric; Cesario, David; DePalma, Christine; Fejer, Peter; Flynn, Meghan; Galaitsis, Kitty; Jessoe, John; Lo, Lusa; Ortiz-Zapata, Daniel; Perelson, Virginia; Pollard, Mike; Polley, Kathleen; and Soule, Jamie, "Final Report of the Information Technology Subcommittee for the Campus Master Plan" (2009). Campus Master Planning Publications. 1.
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