Suppoting Literature (AW/W)

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  • Natural lighting.

A Literature Review of the Effects of Natural Light on Building Occupants is studied by Edwards, L., Torcellini, P. (2002).


  • Day Light, optimizing natural lighting.

Student Performance in Daylit Schools: Analysis of the Performance of Students in Daylit Schools is studied by Nicklas, M. H., Bailey, G. B. (1996).]


  • Day Lighting.

Daylighting in Schools: Improving Student Performance and Health at a Price Schools Can Afford is studied by Plympton P., Conway, S., Epstein, K. (2000).


  • Day Light, Daylight and Window, Daylight and Human Behavior, Natural light and Flickering, Effect of daylighting on performance.

Daylighting in Schools: An Investigation into the Relationship Between Daylighting and Human Performance (HMG Project #9803) is studied by Heschong L. (1999).


  • Natural Light.

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


  • Effect of Light Quality.

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


  • Impact of Glare on Students Performance.

Research into the Connection Between Built Learning Spaces and Student Outcomes: Literature Review is studied by Blackmore, J. et al. (2011).


  • Learning Rate of Students as Influenced by Classroom Space.

A holistic, multi-level analysis identifying the impact of classroom design on pupils’ learning is studied by Barrett, P. et al. (2013).


  • Tth Impact of Classroom Design and Physical Features.

The impact of classroom design on pupils' learning: Final results of a holistic, multi-level analysis is studied by Barrett, P. et al. (2015).


  • Lighting control system.

Dynamic lighting system for the learning environment: performance of elementary students is studied by Choi, K., Suk, H. (2016).