MACE – Enriching Architectural Learning Objects for Experience Multiplication.

Moritz Stefaner, Eliza Dalla Vechia, Massimo Condotta, Martin Wolpers, Marcus Specht, Stefan Apelt, Erik Duval

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    Abstract

    Education in architecture requires access to a broad range of architectural learning material to develop flexibility and creativity in design. The learning material is compromised of digital information captured in textual and visual media including single images, videos, description of architectural concepts or complete architectural projects, i.e. digital artifacts on different aggregation levels. The repositories storing such information are not interrelated and do not provide unified access so that retrieval of architectural learning objects is cumbersome and time consuming. In this paper, we describe how an infrastructure of federated architectural learning repositories will provide unique, integrated access facilities for high quality architectural content. The integration of various types of content, usage, social and contextual metadata enables users to develop multiple perspectives and navigation paths that support experience multiplication for the user. A service– oriented software architecture that is based on open standards, and a flexible user interface design solutions based on widgets ensure easy integration and re- combinability of contents, metadata and functionalities.
    Original languageEnglish
    Publication statusPublished - 21 Nov 2007

    Keywords

    • Metadata
    • learning

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