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|Title:||On the pedagogical benefits of incorporating digital media in the teaching of architectural history and theory|
|Citation:||CAADRIA 2005 : proceedings of the 10th International Conference on Computer-Aided Architectural Design Research in Asia, held at New Delhi, 28-30 April 2005 / Anand Bhatt (ed.) : pp. 109-115|
|Publisher:||TVB School of Habitat Studies|
|Publisher Place:||New Delhi|
|Conference Name:||Conference on Computer Aided Architecture Design Research in Asia (10th : 2005 : New Delhi, India)|
|Abstract:||This paper reports on the use of physical and digital media in a history and theories of twentieth century architecture and landscape course. An electronic bulletin board (ebb) was used to generate an open forum for critical dialogue on textual, physical, and digital media. It gave teachers and students the ability to observe the course in new ways. Student interactions with the ebb transformed a culture of hidden collaboration to an open exchange of ideas and concepts. Of particular interest here is the use of 3-D digital composing tools (VRML) that provided a simple, but powerful way to visualize ideas which physical representation often could not. This approach instilled a philosophy of linking design and theory, where history and theory are seen as a body of knowledge consciously brought to bear on design practice.|
|Appears in Collections:||Architecture publications|
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