DYNAMIC ADAPTIVE WEB-BASED MODEL FOR ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN EDUCATION (DAAD) An e-Learning Environment for An Architectural Design Course (Hesham T. Eissa and Ji-Hyun Lee)

Archnet IJAR

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.26687/archnet-ijar.v2i2.230


With the advent of the World Wide Web, the Internet has evolved into a user-interactive medium capable of delivering on demand information in high speed. Research into the various methodologies of Web educational applications has been a topic of great interest in the architectural education field. As a course delivery medium, the Web provides the means for creating an integrated, interdisciplinary repository of knowledge available at reasonable cost at anytime, anywhere and to anyone. One of the criteria of an ideal system for facilitating Web-based teaching and learning is to be adaptive. In this paper, we suggest an adaptive Web-based educational model and platform for the architectural design course that supports the main phases of the design process. In particular, the development of the online version of an architectural design course is used as a case study and illustrates the usability of the suggested model.


Architectural design education; web-based learning; information technology

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