Who is driving the digital information revolution and who benefits from it. (This reflects on the power behind digitisation but also what sort of rhetoric is published and why this is not critical)
Please note the task is to ‘critically analyse a professional article on BIM’. This is not a general overview of BIM but more focusing on a particular subject that is in the article. This requires discussing the meaning of critically analyse in the assignment with the students prior to them doing their work. Structure of assignment
• Introduction; Outline of assignment, selection of article, approach to critical analysis. (100 words)
• Description of professional article (500 words) • Identification of critical issues in article (up to 3) (200 words) • Exploration of these critical issues using other references (1000 words) • Critical comment on critical issues (1000 words) • Conclusion. Statement on article and critical analysis plus wider learning (200 words) • References • Appendix 1. Article This is a difficult module to teach as it is both explaining the way that digital world will modify construction but also getting the students to not just accept what is written. This requires them to understand the background and theory of building information and then use this with critical commentary in the literature to analyse the use of Building Information in practice and in the literature. As regards to material; “BIM Today-November 2016 Issue” (PDF file attached) shall be the source to choose the article for critical review/analysis however, students to use article from academic journals such as “Journal of Information Technology in Construction”, “Automation in Construction” etc. to further explore and discuss the “Identified Critical Issues from the Article”.
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