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									                                                                                            December 2009

                                            CIB Encouraged Journal

                                                 Call for Papers

               Facilities: Special Issue on Creative Facilities
                                 Special Issue for Papers from Facilities

                                               Guest Editor
                              Dr Barry Haynes, Sheffield Hallam University, UK

Facilities is pleased to announce a call for papers for a        Papers should have a strong focus on issues
Special Issue devoted to examining the linkage                    concerning creativity and the working
between people's creativity and their working                     environment supported wherever possible, by
environment. Papers should have a strong focus on the             relevant empirical research.
linkage between the impacts of the working
environment on creativity.                                  Submission
Suggested areas:
       Impact of workplace innovation on creativity        The closing date for submissions is: 18 January
       Creative workplaces that facilitate social          2010.
       Creative environments that enable staff health      Author guidelines can be found on the journal web site
        and wellbeing                                       at:
       Creative solutions that balance privacy and         http://info.emeraldinsight.com/products/journals/auth
        collaboration                                       or_guidelines.htm?id=f
       Spaces that enable staff to relax and refresh
       The use of colour or imagery to enable creativity   Additional Information – Guest Editor
This list is not exhaustive and interested authors are      Editor:
encouraged to contact the editor with alternative           Dr Barry Haynes
proposals. Please kindly take note of the following         Department of the Built Environment
requirements if you wish to have your paper                 Sheffield Hallam University
considered for this Special Issue:                          Room 304, Norfolk Building
      The content of the paper must conform to the         City Campus
       terms of reference of Facilities.                    Howard Street
      All papers submitted will be subject to the          Sheffield
       normal double blind refereeing process               S1 1WB, UK
       undertaken by the journal.                           Email: b.p.haynes@shu.ac.uk
      Submitted papers must not be under review by         Tel +44 (0) 114 225 4006
       any other journal.

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