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Campus Mobility for the Future: The Electric Bicycle  [PDF]
I. V. McLoughlin, I. K. Narendra, L. H. Koh, Q. H. Nguyen, B. Seshadri, W. Zeng, C. Yao
Journal of Transportation Technologies (JTTs) , 2012, DOI: 10.4236/jtts.2012.21001
Abstract: Sustainable and practical personal mobility solutions for campus environments have traditionally revolved around the use of bicycles, or provision of pedestrian facilities. However many campus environments also experience traffic congestion, parking difficulties and pollution from fossil-fuelled vehicles. It appears that pedal power alone has not been sufficient to supplant the use of petrol and diesel vehicles to date, and therefore it is opportune to investigate both the reasons behind the continual use of environmentally unfriendly transport, and consider potential solutions. This paper presents the results from a year-long study into electric bicycle effectiveness for a large tropical campus, identifying barriers to bicycle use that can be overcome through the availability of public use electric bicycles.
Planning of Recreation Parks in the University Campus  [PDF]
Anthopoulos K. Petros, George Costa
Journal of Environmental Protection (JEP) , 2011, DOI: 10.4236/jep.2011.24040
Abstract: The benefits of parks and recreation are very serious. The purpose of this study was to investigate the attitudes of the people that use the campus area of Democritus university of Thrace, in Komotini. There are series of factors that should be taken under consideration when campus is under planned. In this research took part 742 people and more specific, they were: under graduate students, post graduate students, tutors as well as teaching and administrative staff. An analysis of Principle components has been accomplished and 8 factors have been accrued with eigenvalue more than 1. These factors explain the 55.32% of the whole variation. The conclusion of this study was that a model for campus planning must consists of these 8 parameters: land, climate, vegetation, physical activity, environmental consciousness, daily users of territory and inhabitants of an area.
Going round in circles: mobility, destination and experience Going Round in Circles: Mobility, Destination and Experience
Alan Clarke
TeMA : Journal of Land Use, Mobility and Environment , 2010, DOI: 10.6092/1970-9870/149
Abstract: This paper addresses the changing approaches to transport in urban tourism as seen through the move from functional sectoral accounts towards a perspective informed by the experience economy. By reviewing the traditional service offers, it is possible to unpack what lies within the service dominant logics that lead to co-creation of value and the realisation of quality tourism experiences. The paper then considers the adoption and adaptation of traditional forms of transport within the value proposition in urban tourism. Mobility in tourism is a strangely new focus of attention, strangely because without it there would be no tourism to speak of. However mobility requires a framework of civil and legal entitlements that allow people to move and a transport infrastructure that allows those rights to be realised in both working and leisure time situations. This article will address the construction of the tourism transport infrastructure by examining the ways in which the transportation elements in mobility have been re-thought within tourism. The first part of the paper will re-construct an account of transport and mobility which deals with it in terms of the functions and logistics of delivery, both between points of origin and destinations, and within destinations. These perspectives can be seen in the texts which shape the basic tourism curriculum and explain how tourism and transport have developed over the years by integrating the opportunities provided by the new technologies – motorised vehicles (both cars and coaches), trains, ships and aeroplanes – to allow for the development of a range of destinations. Lumsdon and Page (2004) introduced a new approach to transport and tourism by distinguishing between transport for tourism and transport as tourism, which provides a linkage between the first and second parts of this article. The second part will develop an account of mobility in tourism that demonstrates how their uniqueness derives from what the ‘Service-dominant (S-D) logic’ would call value cocreation. Hyde and Laesser (2008) emphasised the important role of transport in the tourist decision-making process associated with destination choice behaviour but it is necessary to move beyond this construction of the interconnections. These elements of transport were generally considered to be “goods” or “products” including both tangible and intangible factors. Physical goods become one element among others in a total service offering, from an exhibition to a living performance or a concert and transportation has become an integral part of that exper
Study on the Relationship between Campus Culture Construction and Foreign Language Discipline Construction  [PDF]
Liansong Wu, Honglian Liu
Creative Education (CE) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/ce.2015.620224
Abstract: As the bibcock of construction and development of institutions of higher education, discipline construction is a long-term and arduous task. College campus culture is not only the blood and soul of university, is also the prominent characteristic and symbol among each other’s. However, cultural construction and discipline development are closely related. Taking the school of foreign languages, Yangtze University as an example, this paper discussed the relationship between campus culture and foreign language discipline construction in levels of material culture, system culture, behavior culture and spiritual culture, so as to promote the healthy and continuous development of foreign language discipline construction.
Management of Intelligent Campus Wireless Sensor Networks Based on Runtime Model  [PDF]
Ping Zhang, Jianzhong Wang
Journal of Computer and Communications (JCC) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/jcc.2015.37003
Abstract: To quick customize and develop intelligent campus internet of things (ICIOT) system more efficiently, in this paper an approach based on runtime model to managing intelligent campus wireless sensor networks is proposed. Firstly, manageability of intelligent campus wireless sensors is abstracted as runtime models which automatically and immediately propagate any observable runtime changes of target resources to corresponding architecture models. Then, a composite model of intelligent campus wireless sensors is constructed through merging their runtime models in order to manage different kinds of devices in a unified way. Finally, a customized model is constructed according to the personalized management requirement and the synchronization between the customized model and the composite model is ensured through model transformation. Thus, all the management tasks can be carried through executing operating programs on the customized model. In the part of the teaching area schools conducted experiments and compared with the traditional method, this method can be more effective management of campus facilities, more energy efficient and orderly, which can reach a 16.7% energy saving.
AN INTERWORKING IMPLEMENTATION AND PERFORMANCE EVALUATION IN IEEE 802.11S BASED CAMPUS MESH NETWORKS
G.MERLIN SHEEBA,Dr.ALAMELU NACHIAPPAN
Indian Journal of Computer Science and Engineering , 2013,
Abstract: To address deployment schemes over large dispersed geographical area a paradigm shift in the technology was needed. Wireless Mesh Networks (WMN) has emerged as a promising technology to such challenging tasks. As wireless network grows it puts an increased demands in infrastructure based networks.802.11s based WMN is a concrete step that address this paradox to make infrastructure itself wireless. As there is a high demand of internet usage and revolution in computer technology in university campuses, we have done a survey among the students on usage of WiFi based communications and henceforth modeled and implemented an interworking Campus Mesh Wi-Fi Network and have evaluated the networks performance.
Study on Problems and Countermeasures for Campus Football Activities
Daxin LI
Canadian Social Science , 2011,
Abstract: Through methods of literature review, experts interview, logical induction, system analysis, etc., the problems existing in our current football activities on campus are studied, mainly include: lack of material guarantee, the low quality and serious shortage of coaches, prominent contradiction between learning and training, further scale enlargement needed. Further, on this basis countermeasures to promote the football activities on campus are mainly discussed, include: perfect guarantee mechanisms, strengthen supervision, improve evaluation scientificity, reform the school system of internal management, improve the quality of physical education teachers, and increase fund input. This study is to provide a theoretical reference for the football activities on campus in primary and secondary schools in our country and to promote the further development of football activities on campus. Key words: Football on campus; Problems; Countermeasures Résumé: En consultant des documentations, faisant des interviews d'experts, et utilisant des méthodes comme la logique inductive et l'analyse systématique, cet artcile étudie les problèmes du football dans les écoles chinoises : le manque de sécurité matérielle, le faible niveau et une grave pénurie d'entra neurs, la contradiction évidente entre l'apprentissage et la formation et une échelle restreinte reste à élargir. Sur cette base, il fait des recherches sur les activités menées pour promouvoir le football dans les écoles : l’amélioration du mécanisme de protection, le renforcement de la surveillance, l’affinement des critères de l'évaluation, la réforme de système de gestion interne, l’amélioration de la qualité des professeurs d'éducation physique et l'augmentation des capitaux d'investissement etc, afin de donner une référence aux écoles primaires et secondaires qui veulent introduire le football dans leur programme scolaire et de promouvoir le développement du football dans le campus. Mots clés: Football dans le campus; Problèmes; Contre-mesures
The University-City Interface: Plazas and Boulevards  [PDF]
Yumi Lee, Gwang Ya Han, Hong-ill Kim
Journal of Building Construction and Planning Research (JBCPR) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/jbcpr.2014.22014
Abstract: It has become an increased challenge for designers to define the boundaries between the university and its surrounding city. The amount of space serving as a nexus between universities and urban areas is gradually increasing. This study defines such intermediate spaces as “the university-city interface”—areas that influence the university’s physical and functional connection to the surrounding city. The research presents comparative case studies of three universities in urban contexts—Harvard University, University of Pennsylvania, and Université Catholique de Louvain— by analyzing plazas and boulevards. These representative open spaces provide interfaces for both the university campuses and their surrounding cities. This paper analyzes design elements from the perspective of campus spatial structure, as well as locations and functions, to develop a comparative checklist for plazas and boulevards. The results offer a set of urban design principles for university plazas and boulevards that could significantly improve the quality of the university-city relationship. While these checklists and principles may vary depending on circumstances, they can be useful starting points for initializing design processes.
The Function and Implementation Strategy of Campus Culture Activities in Training Talents  [PDF]
Liangtao Yang
Open Journal of Social Sciences (JSS) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/jss.2014.25001
Abstract: Campus culture activities are important ways to implement quality education and enhance the students’ awareness of innovation and practical ability. According to the practice and exploration of campus culture activities, the campus culture activities should focus on three aspects: immerse into the socialist core value system, actively create a good educational environment and develop various campus culture activities. These measures have achieved very good results in practice.
A Comparison between Finland and China on Off-Campus Education of Primary and Secondary Schools  [PDF]
Qi He, Daoling Fu
Open Journal of Social Sciences (JSS) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/jss.2014.29051
Abstract: In 2011, the National Education Committee of Finland published “The Framework for Off-campus Education in Primary and Secondary Schools”, which stipulated the goals, content, and implementing guarantee of the off-campus education in primary and secondary schools. Besides, while emphasizing the equal importance of on-campus and off-campus education, the “Framework” also advocated schools to actively deal with the challenges posed to off-campus education, ensured its high quality and efficiency from all aspects, and cultivated primary and secondary school students’ emotional cognition, so as to enhance the level of their moral cognition. As a result, The “Framework” has profoundly promoted the development of off-campus education in Finnish primary and secondary schools. The off-campus education of china has certain problems relatively, such as the lack of system management, while quality is not guaranteed. However China has invested a lot of human, financial and material resources in basic education these years, and appropriate measures have been taken to address the problem of excessive burden on students. Moreover, much importance was attached to strengthening the construction and management of off-campus education sites, and enriching students’ extracurricular education. The author’s current study opted to compare Finland and China on Off-campus Education of Primary and Secondary Schools. Implications for Chinese education are discussed.
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