College - Author 1
College of Architecture and Environmental Design
Department - Author 1
City and Regional Planning Department
Degree Name - Author 1
BS in City and Regional Planning
Amir Hajrasouliha, College of Architecture and Environmental Design, City and Regional Planning Department
Outdoor Learning Environments have the ability to enhance the campus socially, educationally, psychologically, and environmentally. They can provide a defined, outdoor environment that students feel comfortable using and learning in. Outdoor Learning Environments create the space and opportunity to bring individuals and professors together to work on an interdisciplinary project. These spaces provide an area for students to relax and rewind during a stressful day. Outdoor Learning Environments have an enormous potential to achieve University-wide social and learning objectives.
This project examines the potential for Outdoor Learning on University campuses. Through analyzing existing outdoor spaces both at Cal Poly and at other University campuses, I have proposed a variety of typologies and design cases that should be considered when designing future Outdoor Learning Environments on University campuses.
Environmental Design Commons, Landscape Architecture Commons, Outdoor Education Commons, Urban, Community and Regional Planning Commons, Urban Studies and Planning Commons