Collaborative design in education : evaluation of three approaches

J.P. Leeuwen, van, F.J.M. Gassel, van, A.F.H.J. Otter, den

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Collaboration in design can take place in a physical, social space, in a distributed or virtual environment, or in a combination of both. Design teams use a range of ICT means to support both synchronous and asynchronous communication. While these tools are designed to facilitate collaboration, the collaboration process still requires planning and organisation in a social context, which are activities that students and professionals need to learn. In current practice there is a need for designers and design managers who have the competences to collaborate in design and to organise distributed collaboration processes. At the department of Architecture, Building, and Planning at Eindhoven University of Technology, we have developed a course on Collaborative Design in the Master of Science curriculum. This course addresses both the organisational, social, and technical issues of collaboration in design. The paper introduces the objectives and educational methods used in this course. It describes the experiences of both teachers and students that were gained now that the course was taught in three subsequent years
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationDigital Design: the quest for new paradigms - proceedings of ECAADE 2005
EditorsJ.P. Duarte, A.Z. Sampaio
Place of PublicationLisbon
PublisherInstituto Superior Técnico (IST)
Pages173-180
ISBN (Print)0-9541183-3-2
Publication statusPublished - 2005
Event23rd International Conference "Education and Research in Computer Aided Architectural Design in Europe", September 21-24, 2005 -
Duration: 21 Sep 200524 Sep 2005

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Conference23rd International Conference "Education and Research in Computer Aided Architectural Design in Europe", September 21-24, 2005
Period21/09/0524/09/05
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Leeuwen, van, J. P., Gassel, van, F. J. M., & Otter, den, A. F. H. J. (2005). Collaborative design in education : evaluation of three approaches. In J. P. Duarte, & A. Z. Sampaio (Eds.), Digital Design: the quest for new paradigms - proceedings of ECAADE 2005 (pp. 173-180). Lisbon: Instituto Superior Técnico (IST).
Leeuwen, van, J.P. ; Gassel, van, F.J.M. ; Otter, den, A.F.H.J. / Collaborative design in education : evaluation of three approaches. Digital Design: the quest for new paradigms - proceedings of ECAADE 2005. editor / J.P. Duarte ; A.Z. Sampaio. Lisbon : Instituto Superior Técnico (IST), 2005. pp. 173-180
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Collaborative design in education : evaluation of three approaches. / Leeuwen, van, J.P.; Gassel, van, F.J.M.; Otter, den, A.F.H.J.

Digital Design: the quest for new paradigms - proceedings of ECAADE 2005. ed. / J.P. Duarte; A.Z. Sampaio. Lisbon : Instituto Superior Técnico (IST), 2005. p. 173-180.

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Leeuwen, van JP, Gassel, van FJM, Otter, den AFHJ. Collaborative design in education : evaluation of three approaches. In Duarte JP, Sampaio AZ, editors, Digital Design: the quest for new paradigms - proceedings of ECAADE 2005. Lisbon: Instituto Superior Técnico (IST). 2005. p. 173-180