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Bim Track for D.Arch: From Novice to Master

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Title: Bim Track for D.Arch: From Novice to Master
Authors: Ling, Amy
Advisor: Noe, Joyce
Issue Date: Dec 2013
Abstract: This project provides a series of proposed criteria and suggestions for the planning and programming of a Graduate Certificate in Building Information Modeling (BIM) for the Doctor of Architecture program at the University of Hawai'i at Mānoa, School of Architecture. The project proposes a BIM Certificate Program in response to the widening gap between digital technology in practice and what is being offered in architecture education. The goal of this project is to demonstrate the possibilities for an integrated and collaborative approach to BIM inclusion within the D.Arch program in order to maximize the opportunities within the D.Arch program for students to progress from novice to master in the training of BIM tool and practices. Hence, bridging the gap between academia and real world architectural practice. The Graduate Certificate in BIM program criteria and proposal are drawn from the analysis of various learning theories, combined research methodology, and qualitative analysis; including student questionnaire, practitioner interview, BIM inclusion case study, analysis of the University of Hawai'i at Mānoa, Doctor of Architecture degree program.
Pages/Duration: 192 pages
URI/DOI: http://hdl.handle.net/10125/45648
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