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Editors:
Caryn Brause, Department of Architecture, University of Massachusetts Amherst
Peggi L. Clouston, Building and Construction Technology Program, University of Massachusetts Amherst
Naomi Darling, Mt. Holyoke College // University of Massachusetts Amherst
 

The Building Technology Educators’ Society serves the community of academics and professionals who are involved most directly with the construction and structure of the built environment. The mission of BTES is to promote and publish the best pedagogic practices, relevant research, scholarship, and other creative activity to facilitate student learning, advance innovation, and enhance the status of building technology disciplines in the profession at large.

Current Volume: Volume 2019 (2019)

Program Book

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2019 BTES Conference Program Integration + Innovation
Caryn Brause, Peggi Clouston, and Naomi Darling

Papers

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Integrative Design and the Problem of Fragmented Knowledge
Dustin Albright, Ufuk Ersoy, David Franco, and Ulrike Heine

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A Student-Centered Active Learning Approach to Teaching Structures in a Bachelor of Architecture Program
Marjorie Callahan, Shideh Shadravan, Yetunde Obasade, and Elizabeth Hasenfratz

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Folding in Research
Roger Hubeli

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Microclimates at the Sixth Facade
Abby Reed and David Fannon

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Situated Learning Through Robotics Processes
Shahin Vassigh, Jorge Tubella, Hadi Alhaffar, Julian Ramirez, and Sara Pezeshk

Abstracts

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Mbesese Build: An Experimental Experience
Kevin Dong and Thomas Fowler IV

Posters

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Truss-ting History
Chad Dennis and Joshua Friedman

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The Corner: Tectonic Intersections of the Architectural Environment
Chad Schwartz; Jaasiel Duarte-Terrazas,; and Nataani Garnenez

ACSA Special Focus Sessions