by Alexandra den Heijer
In the past months I have been spending less time on social media and increasingly more time offline. I noticed that I actually seem to practice what I preach (…): moving somewhat back from virtual to traditional. Not only concerning the working environment, but also with respect to traditional working hours. Nonetheless, I still make exceptions. Otherwise I would not write and publish this blog post late at night…
After recruiting new members of our Campus Research Team (more info will follow!) and being part of three PhD committees in Eindhoven (TU/e), Trondheim (NTNU, Norway – see photo above) and Delft, I will take some time to write a new book with the working title “Campus of the future”. Ironically, I had to take some distance from TU Delft’s campus to actually focus on the writing process… writing a book about the future of the campus “off-campus” … expect some conclusions and recommendations about that!
The new book will be published in the Fall of 2019.
Until then: other recent publications about smart campus tools, circular campus solutions and campus-city relations (mostly journal papers) can be found under PUBLICATIONS.