Rob Scott of John Lyall Architects was one of the main speakers at the Be2Camp Education conference in London last week, explaining how JLA use Web 2.0 and Social Media in our work, and describing how he uses it to teach first year architecture students at The University of Nottingham .
Click below to watch the presentation on YouTube:
These new web tools are really useful to:
Learn – keeping up to date with new developments in architecture and helping us to better understand the needs of our clients and building users,
Share - helping us to collaborate more effectively with our partners across the architectural consortium Architects4Education,
The conference was held on a snowy late November afternoon at the offices of solicitors Maxwell Winward, and provided really useful insights into several aspects of education.
Useful Links mentioned in the presentation:
DimDim (for online web meetings)
Rob on Everytrail.com (a website for presenting GPS tracks and photos)
Oruxmaps (for tracking using GPS on Android phones)