Document Type

Conference Paper


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Architecture engineering

Publication Details

The Global Conference on Learning and Technology 2016, Association for the Advancement of Computers in Education AACE, Limerick, Ireland, 29 April 2016.


This paper presents the experience in participating in a collaborative learning environment involving different academic programs from various schools of architecture and urban planning within the framework of the OIKONET project. A collaborative project for new urban, environmental and architectural solutions for three social housing blocks built in Dublin in the 1950’s has been designed and implemented on-site and in a web-based learning environment following a blended-learning philosophy. Teachers from other schools have evaluated the student work presented in this environment. This blended-learning approach has contributed to enhancing the educational space of the on-site design studio. Students had to learn the skills to communicate their work in this blended-learning environment in an effective manner.


Funder Executive Agency Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive of the European Union