An evaluation of technical drawings training needs for developing new training methods

Prof Abdil Kus, Prof Ridvan Aslan, Ertugrul Unver, Omar Ivan Huerta Cardoso, Prof Lubomir Dimitrov, Assoc Prof Pancho Tomov, Prof Yucel Tekin

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Abstract

In this research, the results of an international needs analysis study conducted to determine the requirements of teaching principle concepts used in manufacturing and assembly drawings are evaluated. Particularly, in order to form an infrastructure for new teaching methods, supported by VR / AR applications. Initially, the stakeholders were identified, parameters and methods were determined. An online survey with 320 participants was carried out by a team of researchers in Turkey, Bulgaria and UK. The survey addresses three different categories. The first category covers Perception of Technical Drawing Education, second category assesses Technical Drawing Knowledge and Ability, finally third category covers Expectations about Technical Drawing Education.
An important result of the study is that there is a significant deficit in all stakeholder groups that may not be possible to address by the traditional teaching methods of Technical Drawing Education.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationХXVII International Scientific and Technical Conference AUTOMATION OF DISCRETE PRODUCTION ENGINEERING “ADP – 2018”
Subtitle of host publicationХXVII международна научно-техническа конференция Автоматизация на Дискретното Производство“ АДП – 2018”
Place of PublicationBulgaria
Chapter3/224
Pages309 - 317
Number of pages8
Volume3
Edition224
Publication statusPublished - 24 Jun 2018

Publication series

NameSozopol at the Recreation base of TU Sofia
PublisherХXVII International Scientific and Technical Conference AUTOMATION OF DISCRETE PRODUCTION ENGINEERING “ADP – 2018”
Number224
Volume3
ISSN (Print)1310-3946

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