ITcon Special Issue

Advanced Digital Technologies for Built Environment Education and Learning

editor(s) Obonyo Esther Adhiambo
Issa Raja Raymond
summary Educational technologies enhance the learning of science, engineering and technology through providing access to world-wide resources; facilitating the accumulation and presentation of data; and enabling communication, interaction, and collaboration among students and instructors. This special issue focuses on two education topic areas: Knowledge in Design Education, and Agent-Augmented Ontologies.

Papers in this special issue

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1Obonyo E A and Issa R R A (2010).
Editorial - Advanced digital technologies for built environment education and learning,
ITcon Vol. 15, Special issue Advanced Digital Technologies for Built Environment Education and Learning , pg. 269-270, http://www.itcon.org/paper/2010/1
2Kocaturk T (2010).
A web-based teaching/learning environment to support collaborative knowledge construction in design,
ITcon Vol. 15, Special issue Advanced Digital Technologies for Built Environment Education and Learning , pg. 271-290, http://www.itcon.org/paper/2010/2
3Oxman R (2010).
Sharing media and knowledge in design pedagogy,
ITcon Vol. 15, Special issue Advanced Digital Technologies for Built Environment Education and Learning , pg. 291-305, http://www.itcon.org/paper/2010/3
4Nawari N O (2010).
Intelligent design in AEC education,
ITcon Vol. 15, Special issue Advanced Digital Technologies for Built Environment Education and Learning , pg. 306-317, http://www.itcon.org/paper/2010/4
5Obonyo E A (2010).
Towards agent-augmented ontologies for educational VDC applications,
ITcon Vol. 15, Special issue Advanced Digital Technologies for Built Environment Education and Learning , pg. 318-334, http://www.itcon.org/paper/2010/5