The Influence of Colour on Learning in University Libraries
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This study investigated how colour can influence learning in university libraries. The main aim was to identify the impact of colour on learning performance by exploring the effect of colour on learners’ emotions and heart rate within individual study areas. Three studies were conducted to achieve the objectives. Action research was used as a methodology. To enrich the findings, this study utilises different mixed methods (qualitative and quantitative) including experiments, focus groups, questionnaire and interviews.
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