Multi-disciplinary learning from OpenBIM

Tim Pat McGinley, Thomas Krijnen

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    Abstract

    Traditional building information modelling (BIM) education emphasises the tools and the modelling rather than the analysis of the model. Rather than simply provide training for proprietary software, university BIM education could support innovation through the development of standardized OpenBIM tools, data and processes, supporting students to analyse their own models and learn from BIM rather than simply learn howto BIM. This paper presents a family of courses, wherein; (1) postgraduate students in the autumn, develop OpenBIM tools and processes, that are used in the spring to provide rule checking on (2) the BIM modelling for an undergraduate course and (3) the design models of a post graduate multidisciplinary course. Feedback from the tools is integrated into the students’ personalized course homepages. An open web-based platform is proposed where students in the design and modelling courses receive feedback on their BIM from tools developed in the BIM tool and analysis course.
    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publication Proceedings of the 38th International Conference of CIB W78
    Publication date2021
    Pages703-712
    Publication statusPublished - 2021
    Event38th International Conference of CIB W78 - Luxembourg, Luxembourg
    Duration: 11 Oct 202115 Oct 2021
    Conference number: 38

    Conference

    Conference38th International Conference of CIB W78
    Number38
    Country/TerritoryLuxembourg
    CityLuxembourg
    Period11/10/202115/10/2021
    SeriesCIB W78 conference series
    ISSN2706-6568

    Keywords

    • OpenBIM
    • Education
    • Learning Management Systems
    • IFC

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