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Aesthetic evaluation differences between two ınterrelated disciplines: A comparative study on architecture and civil engineering students
(Elsevier Science Bv, Sara Burgerhartstraat 25, Po Box 211, 1000 Ae Amsterdam, Netherlands, 2012)
The study presented in this paper aims to discuss the need and value of interdisciplinary collaboration between architecture and civil engineering students while executing the differences and similarities between their ...
A Learning by Doing Approach in the Delivery of Structural Engineering Courses of Architecture
A through understanding of the principles of structural system design is particularly important for architects practising in Turkey where over 90 percent of the population reside in seismically active regions and ...
The Effect of Learning Styles on the Performance of Architecture Students in Structural Design Courses
(Siyasal Kitabevi, Ankara, Turkey, 2011)
Every student has a prefered way of perceiving, interacting with, and responding to the learning environment. Instructors can use the information regarding the learning styles to shape their teaching approaches in order ...
An Evaluation of the Academic Performance of Students Enrolled in the Double Major Programmes of Architecture and Civil Engineering
Double major programs allow students to simultaneously obtain diplomas in two related academic programs by satisfying their graduation requirements. Students of architecture and civil engineering at the Istanbul ...
The use of finite element analysis applications in architectural education
Architectural design is a complex process and architects are continuously required to draw and analyze resources from various disciplines in their design decision making processes. Architects commonly refer to “rules of ...