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Design & Ecology: EDVU4004

Schools

Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture: Online Guide to Architecture Schools. Sign up for a free membership and choose "University of Manitoba Faculty of Architecture" as your organisation.

Researching Design Education and Design Planning Practices

At the Libraries Homepage  http://www.umanitoba.ca/libraries/ go to Find: <Library Catalogue Search>  Use the following KEYWORDS to search and LIMIT your results to our library:

design research,  environmental design, environmental psychology, environmental behavior, human geography and design, environmental sociology, environmental anthropology, architectural psychology, psychological architecture, architectural education, architectural teaching, architectural design teaching, architectural design study etc.

Go into ADVANCED search, change to SUBJECT and try: architecture study teaching

Scholarly vs. Popular Journals

 Popular
Usually published once per week or once per month
Geared to the general public.
Articles are generally shorter.
Articles not always signed.
Cover a wide range of topics.
Broadly summarize research and current issues.
Contain many advertisements and photographs.
 Scholarly/refereed
Usually published on a monthly, bi-monthly or quarterly basis.
Evaluated by and geared to scholars, researchers or professionals.
Articles always signed.
Contain articles with in-depth analysis.
Explain research methodology and research findings and have bibliographies.
Usually sponsored by an academic or professional organization.

Reference Help

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Liv Valmestad
Contact:
Architecture/Fine Arts Library, Room 204 John A. Russell Building.
Mailing: 84 Curry Place, University of Manitoba.
204-474-9217