|Proceedings of the CIB W089 International Conference on Building Education and Research|
|Edit date: 25-03-2015|
The Proceedings of the International Conference on Building Education and Research: Construction and Property Educational Research, Technology and Collaboration – Bear 2003 concerned with the dramatic changes impinging on the congruence of developments in advanced educational thinking, the opportunities presented by modern learning technologies and the rapidly developing practices of closer working and collaboration between Universities and industry stakeholders. The conference looks to develop perspectives based on the interface between these different issues but will contain three major themes as follows:
• Advanced construction and property teaching and learning: widening participation, key skills, curricula design, assessment and teaching and learning strategies, teaching and learning best practice, course design, developments in construction and property education markets, etc
•E-learning in construction and property; innovation in e-learning in construction and property, case studies and experiences of best practice, accessibility in course design, knowledge management, alternative technologies, collaborative e-support to research study, etc
• University-Industry collaboration in construction and property education, research and technology transfer: best practice exemplars from around the globe, industry linked course initiatives, technology transfer clubs, industry-funded research, government and professional policy on collaboration, collaboration with public and charitable bodies, etc
From the papers received, these three themes have been further developed into 16 key clusters which are related in different ways to issues of learning in the built environment.
• Assessing Learning, • Learning about IT
• Computer based Learning • Who wants to Learn?
• How do we manage our learning? • Learning in partnership
• Learning in the workplace • How is learning changing?
• Knowledge management in projects • Learning through problems and experience
• Learning styles • Virtual and managed learning environments
• Learning with others • What are we learning?
• What should people learn? • Learning for social responsibility
Academics, industrialists, policy makers, researchers, educationalist, students, members of professional institutions from Universities, companies and public bodies from around the world concerned with all aspects of new developments in the theory, practice and implementation and experience of construction and property education and research.
A4, 3 Volumes, illustrated, 1547 pages
£30 per set of three Volumes
University of Salford - Faculty of Business and Informatics
School of Construction & Property Management
Salford M7 9NU
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