BIM’s place in architecture schools

BIM in Academia is a compellation of essays from a wide range of experts that look at how building information modelling (BIM) is taught in architecture schools. While the effect BIM has on the profession is not fully understood, this is even more apparent when it comes to its impact on the world of academics. Topics include in-depth discussions on BIM’s place in schools and whether it is an advanced technique to traditional education, or a basic tool that should now be taught early on in the curriculum. Edited by Phil Bernstein, Yale University lecturer and vice-president of industry strategy and relations at Autodesk and Peggy Deamer from the Architecture Gallery at Yale University, BIM in Academia is a continuation of their previous book, Building (in) the Future: Recasting Labor in Architecture.

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