Planning for Higher Education Journal

Nexus: Campus as Place

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From Volume 28 Number 1 | Fall 1999
By Camille M. Kirk

Examines traditional notions of the campus as a physical place, and considers how those notions must be reexamined in light of the movement towards an increasingly virtual campus. Challenges institutions to recognize the value and importance of a sense of place consistent with the development of both the physical and virtual campuses. Such a sense of place, the author contends, is central to fostering a learning community.

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