"The Effect of Personal Computers on Buildings"
Author: Eshelman, Paul
Published In: Computer Applications [Critical Issues in Facilities Management #1]
Describes the findings of a study that looked at the quality of work settings for personal computers being created at Cornell University: issues is space use, maintenance, furniture, lighting, power and cabling, HVAC, and user control of the work setting were studied in more than 60 computer use settings across campus. Explains study procedures and summarizes results, including implications for space, services, facilities, budget, and information policies.
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