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Ouwerkerk, U.P. (author), Gordijn, J.M.W. (author), Kiela, P.R. (author), Stellingwerff, M.C. (author)
Being able to share visual course assignments and provide and receive personal feedback is essential in most studio design courses of Delft University of Technology. With the rapid growth of online and blended education teachers are confronted with the challenge of maintaining the same quality for this aspect of their teaching as in traditional...
conference paper 2018
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Stellingwerff, M.C. (author), Gordijn, J.M.W. (author), Ouwerkerk, U.P. (author), Kiela, P.R. (author)
Design education usually takes place in a studio setting, in which visual and spatial artefacts are produced, shared, improved, presented and commented. This specific setting comes with qualitative properties that allow for situated learning with object-oriented focus and interaction, combined with a rich collegial context in which ideas can...
conference paper 2018
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Stellingwerff, M.C. (author)
In the past three years, Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) have become an important new way for universities to reach out to possible matriculates, life long learners and alumni. Although MOOCs already cover a vast amount of subjects and curricula, it is remarkable to ascertain the lack of Architectural Design courses on the main platforms...
conference paper 2015
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Breen, J.L.H. (author), Stellingwerff, M.C. (author)
The influx of computer-based design and presentation platforms, particularly in conjunction with computer aided physical modelling and manufacturing techniques, has stimulated a renewed focus on imaginative, innovative architectural product design. Essentially, the ambition of the DigiTile exercise was to stimulate the development of individual...
conference paper 2007
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Breen, J.L.H. (author), Stellingwerff, M.C. (author)
Computer aided modelling and drafting protocols in combination with new production technologies have contributed to wholly new ways of shaping building elements. Some examples of new techniques, which have recently become very successful in building production and in architectural design education, are: 3D Rapid Prototyping; 2,5D and 3D Milling...
conference paper 2005
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