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The Practical Use of Unused Facilities in the Elementary School and Spatial Strategy to Build Learning City - Focused on Dongnae-Gu in Busan -
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The Practical Use of Unused Facilities in the Elementary School and Spatial Strategy to Build Learning City - Focused on Dongnae-Gu in Busan -
Kang, Youn Won; Kim, Jong Gu; Sohn, Jee Hyun;
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 Abstract
Making a learning city which allows unlimited accessibility to a chance of learning plays an important role to accomplish individuals`self-realizaton and advance quality of life so that improve whole competition of the city. Although securing enough space is necessary to realize the learning city, our reality has an imbalanced city structure which could hamper it. The purpose of this study is to examine the way to resolve the spatial imbalance by utilizing unused facilities located in elementary schools. The resulting conclusions provide implications that current low effectiveness is originated from passive participation of schools and leading better participation is needed to improve it.
 Keywords
Learning city;Unused facilities;School facilities;Local community;Community participation;
 Language
Korean
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