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The European Campus : Management and Information. / Curvelo Magdaniel, Flavia; den Heijer, Alexandra; Arkesteijn, Monique.

TU Delft Open, 2019. 212 p.

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title = "The European Campus: Management and Information",
abstract = "Since 2013, TU Delft’s Campus Research Team has studied various perspectives on (managing) the European university campus, from governance issues and workplace trend scenarios to energy-efficient strategies and smart tools. Results were published as journal papers and policy reports and in the 2014 book {"}The European Campus - heritage and challenges{"}. Overall goal is to support and inspire European campus managers.This second book “The European Campus: management and information” (2019) contains case studies of 14 universities of technology, to illustrate similarities as well as differences in legacy, context and strategies. It is relevant for presidents, university board members and higher education policy makers (from university to European Commission members), but also for (future) students and staff who want to learn more about their working and studying environment.",
author = "{Curvelo Magdaniel}, Flavia and {den Heijer}, Alexandra and Monique Arkesteijn",
year = "2019",
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language = "English",
isbn = "978-94-6366-186-7",
publisher = "TU Delft Open",

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