The function of space-time management in the Learning Landscapes paradigm is to optimise the availability, quality, utilisation and cost of space for activities. This optimisation is an inherently pragmatic and multidimensional process.
The tool facilitates cross-functional engagement with this optimisation process. It provides a matrix against which universities can assess and develop their space-time management capabilities. The illustrated case studies below provide concrete examples of the matrix in action, explaining novel analytical and communication methods and techniques which have been applied in real university decision-making.