Mervin Go
E-learning Specialist

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Should design studio facilitators in Architecture schools be more receptive in the use of computer applications in their classes?

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Dean Utian

Posted on 7/13/19 8:04:40 PM Permalink

Coming from an architectural background and now teaching and supporting academics in this discipline, I understand the challenge. Architectural education, particularly the design studio, is very traditional in its approach. Of course, computer applications are valuable for the design process as well as learning. Understanding the reasons architectural educators are reluctant to embrace digital applications in their classes is important when influencing their change of practice.

Mervin - do you work in an Architecture school? What have you observed in the design studio teaching context?

Katherine Rodriguez

Posted on 5/23/19 6:21:47 AM Permalink

​Computer applications will definitely make the lives of our facilitators a lot easier.

William Cortez

Posted on 5/17/19 7:00:34 AM Permalink

​Since we live in the 21st century, the design studio facilitators should have an open mind in the utilization of applications in their classes.

Raul Ponay

Posted on 5/17/19 6:34:27 AM Permalink

​Definitely, computer applications and tools will make the facilitator's work easier although at the beginning it is hard (due to learning curve).

Mike Victorio

Posted on 5/17/19 6:30:07 AM Permalink

​It is To Be!!!


Posted on 5/16/19 12:28:14 PM Permalink

I think so!​

Mervin Go

Posted on 5/16/19 8:26:58 AM Permalink

​I would appreciate comments. :)