Highlights some of the difficulties associated with the process ofacquiring essential building surveying skills, and proposes the use ofcomputer technology together with videodisc technology, to improve andtest knowledge acquisition. Outlines the current situation in surveyingeducation, discussing class size, lecturer shortages, monitoringprogress and the right teaching environment. Reviews communication mediain the form of printed literature, videos, films and slides,concentrating on media interactivity, storage and quality. Explorescomputeraided learning and the state of education using these methods.Suggests that this form of education can provide the vehicle to test andimprove the technical knowledge, competence and skill of a buildingsurveyor.
Structural Survey – Emerald Publishing
Published: Feb 1, 1991