Supporting Literature(TL)

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  • Effect of light quality.

Illuminating the Effects of Dynamic Lighting on Student Learning is studied by Mott, M.S. et al (2012).


  • Light, Sustainable school building, Daylighting artificial lighting.

Green schools: Constructing and renovating school facilities with the concept of sustainability is studied by Oetinger, J.W (2010).


  • Sustainable buildings, Energy performance, Lighting as a sustainable building tool, Artificial light, Luminaries, Daylight, Lighting design.

Energy Performance of Buildings: Energy Efficiency and Built Environment in Temperate Climates is studied by Boemi, S.N; Irulegi, O; Santamouris, M (2016).


  • Distribution of light within a room, Natural and artificial lighting standards.

The Lighting Handbook, 10th Edition is studied by DiLaura, D. et al. (2011).


  • Distribution, Light.

NE-CHPS New Construction and Major Renovations Version 2.0, October 2009 is studied by ERS, I. (2009).


  • Natural Light.

Prioritization of 31 criteria for school building adequacy is studied by Earthman, G. I. (2004).


  • Illumination Standards/ Lighting Standards (30-50 fc).

The Architect's Studio Companion: Rules of Thumb for Preliminary Design / Edition 4 is studied by Allen, E; lano, J. (2006).


  • Lighting standards range (300-1500 LUX), Student cognitive performance.

Effects of Noise, Heat and Indoor Lighting on Cognitive Performance and Self-Reported Affect is studied by Hygge, S; Knez, I. (2001).


  • Lighting Standards (30-50 fc), Light's biological impact on students.

Illuminating education: composition and use of lighting in public K-12 classrooms is studied by Mariana, B. (2016).


  • Lighting Standards (350-100 LUX/ 32- 92.9 fc) associated with correlated color temperature, Elementary school children.

Lighting affects students’ concentration positively: Findings from three Dutch studies is studied by Sleegers, P.J.C. et al. (2012).


  • Lighting standard (538 LUX, 50 fc) associated with correlated color temperature, Visual clarity, Brightness response scale, Undergraduate student, Visual performance, Clarity.

Visual Performance and Visual Clarity under Electric Light Sources: Part II—Visual Clarity is studied by Vrabel, P.L; Bernecker, C.A; Mistrick, R.G. (1998).


  • Lighting Standards (500Lux, 46 fc) associated with correlated color temperature, Visual task, Undergraduate students.

Effects of warm white, cool white and full-spectrum fluorescent lighting on simple cognitive performance, mood and ratings of others is studied by Boray, P.F., Gifford, R., Rosenblood, L. (1989).


  • Lighting standards (500 Lux) associated with correlated color temperature, Student focused and sustained attention, Undergraduate student.

Effects of correlated color temperature on focused and sustained attention under white LED desk lighting is studied by Huang, R.H. et al. (2014).


  • Fluorescent, Daylight, 65-85 fc, Initial studies on the effect of Full-Spectrum lighting and radiation shielding on behavior and academic performance of school children.

Light, Radiation, and Academic Behavior: Initial Studies on the Effects of Full-Spectrum Lighting and Radiation Shielding on Behavior and Academic Performance of School Children is studied by Mayron, W. L. et al. (1974).


  • Light Level, Minimum 30 fc in a classroom is required, minimum 50 fc is required for special tasks.

Acoustical and Visual Environments Affect Learning is studied by Knirk, F. G. (1970).


  • Light, Daytime, Student alertness.

Effects of Correlated Colour Temperature and Timing of Light Exposure on Daytime Alertness in Lecture Environment is studied by Rautkyla, E. et al. (2010).


  • Natural and artificial lighting standards.

Footcandle Light Guide is studied by Lighting Design Lab, and Oregon, E. T. O. (2013).


  • Illumination Level, Standards, Takes of Lighting.

Guidelines for School Facilities In Virginia’s Public Schools is studied by Virginia Department of Educaiton. (2013).


  • Lighting Standards (30-45 fc and 325-485 lux), light's biological impact on students.

Best Practices Manual 2002. Collaborative for High-Performance Schools, CA.


  • Lighting standards, 50 fc, 100 fc classroom.

Influence of the school facility on student achievement: Lighting; color is studied by Tanner, K. Jago, E. (1999).