Communications Project

Document Type:Master's Thesis
Name:Tim Colley
Title:Visualizing Information: Internet Guidelines For Distributing Architectural Research
Degree:Master of Science
Committee Chair: Robert P. Schubert
Committee Members:Michael O'Brien
William Galloway
Keywords:architectural research, internet guidelines, Web Site Documentation
Date of defense:October 23, 1997
Availability:Release the entire work immediately worldwide.


A web site was designed and constructed for the Research + Demonstration Facility (RDF) as a masterís thesis project to help educators teach future architects more interactively by using the dynamic medium of the Internet. Students and faculty will learn about evolving architectural research and technology as well as potential consequences of design decisions. Educators will be able to conduct online research, or tele-experiments, in the classroom thus allowing students to learn, in near real-time, the outcome or progress of research on and off campus. This project presents some of the possibilities of how the Internet can enhance re-search information delivery to students and faculty of architecture.

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