A Computer-Mediated Tool for Distance-Learning in Architecture Education ?

@inproceedings{ABDELLATIF2007ACT,
  title={A Computer-Mediated Tool for Distance-Learning in Architecture Education ?},
  author={REHAM ABDELLATIF and Carlos Calderon},
  year={2007}
}
Despite the importance of distance learning for its ability to reach a wide audience, easiness to access materials, and its lower cost compared to traditional learning, architecture education has not been well served by distance education. This is because it has a higher level of learning objectives, it is taught by coaching methodologies, and involves nonverbal forms of communication. One of the most common learning methods used in the design studio is the Criticism/Critique, which is a… CONTINUE READING

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