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E-ArchiDoct: Virtual Campus on post-master Studies in Architecture’
The e-archidoct project is a tool developed by a partnership of 14 European Schools of Architecture aimed at the creation of a collaborative post-master educational virtual environment. The project aims to support: a. the third-cycle programmes by: Enhancing and reinforcing their presence in the international competition of higher education institutions and making them more attractive to a broader competitive academic environment in Europe and worldwide. Offering distance-learning e-modules addressed to the candidates of those programmes, helping them to obtain the necessary competences in order to develop the necessary research skills for their doctoral or post–master studies in a creative way. Facilitating researchers in the doctorate programmes of the participating institutions to keep working and collaborating virtually with the host institutions in case they, for financial or other reasons/commitments, cannot prolong their stay in the city/country of those institutions. Creating a media and data library to be used by the students of the e-campus. Developing virtual international doctorate committees to be supervised through e-meetings. Creating common assessment criteria and qualifications for doctoral studies in architecture. Creating a network of post-master researchers through direct contacts over the Internet. b. Offer, in parallel, a series of sessions (lectures, reports, presentations, data, etc.) for graduates and practicing architects from all European Countries to inform them about the state of the art in architectural thinking, about current trends of architectural design and construction, about new materials and technological advances, about recent achievements in the domain of architectural research and experimentation. The aim of these sessions will be to keep professionals updated about the fast changing architectural trends and to provide a forum for debate on theory and design. c. As a second step, the partners of the program developed: 1. A virtual European post-master course as a taught first part of doctorate studies. 2. A European virtual master course specialized in architectural research as a specific professional expertise.
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  • The Bartlett School of Architecture
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  • The Bartlett School of Architecture
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