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Bologna Process and Web 2.0. A Free Software Based Assessment and Management System for the Art Studio Course Graphic Outcome

  • Iván Pajares SánchezEmail author
Conference paper

Abstract

This paper outlines a free software based system that enables periodical gathering, selection and grading of the Drawing, Analysis and Ideation art studio course graphic outcome for the 1st year level in architecture; it also tackles the methodology of circulating the graphic selections made, intended as a feedback system among the course group. The proposed system belongs to a social learning strategy through the use of blog(s) and Dropbox as an online repository of the class production. It is consistent with other experiences that discuss the integration of web 2.0 tools and self learning frameworks, but it is specifically focused on the needs of studio workshops and their graphic production.

Keywords

Social learning Cloud computing Design studio 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Escuela Técnica Superior de ArquitecturaUniversidad Politécnica de MadridMadridSpain

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