Using Mobile Technology in a Construction Management “Hands-On” Laboratory
This study discusses the introduction and use of the iPad mobile device in a freshman level construction management “hands-on” materials and methods laboratory. The devices are incorporated into the course in four ways: (1) for plan reading; (2) for RFI documentation, including the development of the RFI, highlighting of plans, and attachment of photos; (3) for presentation and documentation of “Tool Box” safety meetings; and (4) for documenting Daily Reports. This paper discusses the use of mobile technologies in a “hands-on” laboratory setting, the challenges of the incorporation, lessons learned, and student reactions to the use of the mobile device.
Cline, R. Casey and Davis, Kirsten A.. (2013). "Using Mobile Technology in a Construction Management “Hands-On” Laboratory". 120th ASEE Annual Conference and Exposition, June 23, 2013 - June 26, 2013, .
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