The Post-Occupancy Evaluation/Programming Network at EDRA focuses on the social and cultural aspects of programming and evaluation of built environments.
The mission of the network is to encourage research, practice, and innovations in these areas and to advance the state of the art through three major strategic initiatives: to CONNECT interested parties, to PROMOTE these professional areas, and to COLLECT information. Our goal is to develop a forum, meeting ground, and clearing house for POE/Programming academicians and students, practitioners/providers, facility planning officers and facility managers, clients, sponsors, and designers interested in Post-Occupancy Evaluation (POE), Facility Planning and Programming and related areas of applied Environment-Behavior studies.
NEW! Co-chair Keith Jundanian questions where POE is headed, and provides resources to help explore the field here.