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  • 1. Main Title: THE EFFECTS OF INTEGRATING MOBILE AND CAD TECHNOLOGY IN TEACHING DESIGN PROCESS FOR MALAYSIAN POLYTECHNIC ARCHITECTURE STUDENT IN PRODUCING CREATIVE PRODUCT Isham Shah HASSAN Mohd Arif ISMAIL Ramlee MUSTAPHA Study 1 Bader & Slueiman
  • 2.
    • The Purposes:
    • the purpose of this research is to examine the effect of integrating the digital media such as mobile and CAD technology on designing process of Malaysian polytechnic architecture students in producing a creative product.
    • Sub Purposes:
    • to identify the interest of the student in finding information's need in the design process through web mobile or conventional method.
    • to study the effect of integrating web site based on mobile device at the developing designs’ information needs activity in the design process.
    • to study the effect of integrating CAD technology at the synthesis activity in the design
    • Process.
    • to study the effect of integrating CAD technology at the simulation activity in the design
    • Process.
    • to study the effect of integrating mobile and CAD technology in producing the final product of architectural design.
  • 3. Methodology: This study utilized a quasi-experimental method. Study Sample: Final semester students of four (4) polytechnics are chosen as a research sample where sixty (60) students are in the treatment group and another sixty (60) students are in the control group. Final product is evaluated by an expert in architecture field using the validated instrument developed by researcher.
  • 4. A Study of the Design and Evaluation of a Learning Object and Implications for Content Development The purpose of this study was to identify the challenges and issues that instructional designers face when designing learning objects and to evaluate the effectiveness of a learning object. The purpose of this study was to identify the challenges and issues that instructional designers face when designing learning objects and to evaluate the effectiveness of a learning object. Ferdinand Krauss University of Toronto, Canada Mohamed Ally Athabasca University, Canada Study 2
  • 5. A Study of the Design and Evaluation of a Learning Object and Implications for Content Development Purpose The purpose of this study was to identify the challenges and issues that instructional designers face when designing learning objects and to evaluate the effectiveness of a learning object. The purpose of this study was to identify the challenges and issues that instructional designers face when designing learning objects and to evaluate the effectiveness of a learning object. The purpose of this study was to identify the challenges and issues that instructional designers face when designing learning objects and to evaluate the effectiveness of a learning object. Instruments ** The Learning Object Review Instrument (LORI), version 1.4 developed by Belfer et al. (2002)
  • 6. A Study of the Design and Evaluation of a Learning Object and Implications for Content Development The purpose of this study was to identify the challenges and issues that instructional designers face when designing learning objects and to evaluate the effectiveness of a learning object. The purpose of this study was to identify the challenges and issues that instructional designers face when designing learning objects and to evaluate the effectiveness of a learning object. Instruments Faculty were asked to assess the learning object in the following areas using a five point rating scale ranging from low to high and to provide a rationale for their score: 1- Content Quality: Veracity, accuracy, balanced presentation of ideas, and appropriate level of detail. 2- Presentation Design: Design of visual and auditory information for enhanced learning and efficient mental processing. 3- Reusability : Ability to port between different courses or learning contexts without modification.

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