The Deputy Dean for Research at the Faculty of Architecture of the University of Liège, Mrs. Claudine Houbart and Associate Professor at the Chair of Art, Archaeology and Heritage of the same Faculty of the same University, Mr. Pierre Hallot conducted a training-workshop on “The Challenges of Architectural Education in the Post-Coronavirus Context” at the National University of Architecture and Construction of Armenia.
The two-day training-seminar was organized for the purpose of implementing the project “Prevent, Mitigate, and Manage Crisis Consequences at NUACA” within the framework of “University Governance and Digital Transformation 2021” regional project announced by the Regional Directorate of the Francophone University Agency in Central and Eastern Europe and the Francophone Institute for University Governance (IFGU).
At the beginning of the event, Vardges Yedoyan, Vice-Rector for International Relations of the NUACA, made a welcome speech, presenting the goal of the program, and wished an effective working process.
Ruzanna Ghaltaghchyan, the responsible for the Francophone Digital Center of Yerevan (AUF), thanked for the opportunity and expressed her gratitude for the stable, effective and long-term cooperation with the NUACA.
The seminar was attended by the deans, heads of chairs, representatives of the academic and administrative staff, who presented the experience of the NUACA in the conditions of the pandemic, the main obstacles to the implementation of distance education, initial difficulties, achievements and ways to overcome them which were identified during distance learning.
During the seminar, Irina Vanyan, Chief Specialist of the Quality Assurance Center, presented the results of the survey conducted to evaluate the effectiveness of distance education among the academic staff members of the chairs in the Faculty of Architecture. The identification of the problems that arose during the teaching of the subjects “Sketch Drawing”, “Painting”, “Sculpture” and “Architectural Design” in pandemic conditions and the outline of solutions were vital.
Welcoming the chosen format, the speakers expressed gratitude for the organization of the event. Claudine Houbart expressed willingness to present the effective methods of digital teaching, which had been introduced and discussed during a three-day conference at the University of Liège.
At the end of the event, the speakers saw around the University’s educational-research and experimental laboratories.
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