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Representational Ecosystems in Architectural Design Studio Critiques: Do changes in the representational ecosystem affect tutors and students behaviors during design critiques?

Abstract : Design studio critiques are key moments for students' learning and designing processes. During critiques, the representational ecosystem provides a setting for the critique to unfold. Tutors and students, while presenting and discussing students' designs, interact with each other and the representational ecosystem. In this article, a case study illustrates our method to measure the effect of a change of representational ecosystem on the critiques' activity. Our three settings include traditional desk critiques, 1/50 scale mockup critiques and immersive Virtual Reality critiques (with HYVE-3D). Each type of critique is analyzed by using video coding as well as protocol analysis.
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Julie Milovanovic, Daniel Siret, Guillaume Moreau, Francis Miguet. Representational Ecosystems in Architectural Design Studio Critiques: Do changes in the representational ecosystem affect tutors and students behaviors during design critiques?. eCAADe 2018 - 36th Annual Conference 17th-21st September 2018 Lodz, Sep 2018, Lodz, Poland. pp.351-360. ⟨hal-01916562⟩

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