DOI:​10.1016/S0926-5805(03)00046-3
Corpus ID: 110268633
The virtual campus: a new place for (lifelong) learning?
Dietrich Elger, Peter Russell
Published 2002

Sociology, Computer Science
Automation in Construction
Abstract In the early spring of 2001 a collection of German universities founded a virtual faculty of architecture, which was named “Liquid Campus”. Current thinking about future forms of education… Expand
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