This is Part 2 of the Space Utilisation Survey Data Calculations Video Tutorial Series, this edition looks at both how to calculate your institution data by building, room/space type and departmental/central ownership, as well as also looking at some examples of how to analyse each of these data sets further in order to begin to understand your institutions space utilisation.
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If you have missed Part 1 of this video tutorial series, follow the link to check it out as this goes through the basics of calculating frequency, occupancy and utilisation from a data set that will be used throughout this video tutorial series.
If you are interested in teaching space utilisation data analysis and are considering using a consultancy service to collect this data and provide you with an informative and actionable consultancy report, please have a look at my Teaching Space Utilisation Survey consultancy page for further information on how I can help. There is also, plenty of freely available articles exploring space utilisation in more detail on the blog page, such as such as “The Pros and Cons of Departmental Teaching Space” and “How To Improve Your Utilisation Of Teaching Space, Without Damaging The Student Experience” that are worth checking out.
Calculating Building, Space/Room Type and Departmental/Central utilisation Data
Analysing the Building, Space/Room Type and Departmental/Central Utilisation Data
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