Bren88 wrote:Depending on which on the two structures lecturers you are refering to, some people will argue the use of quailifed as a good discription. I'm not going to get personnal in such a public place, but if you are a student of Architecture in bolton street then you should be familar with the issue.
Hey Bren, I see your point, however, I prefer not to comment on the effectiveness of the teaching methods of different lecturers as I feel that every student will have different opinions on the subject and of course we each have lecturers that we prefer to others. However, I personally feel that as a student, the onus is on myself to try and take from each lecture the knowledge and understanding that I need in order to be successful in my academic career. Of course, some lecturers make this easier than others, however, one cannot blame lecturers for everything and I have found that there are many ways in which one can supplement the information and expertise offered in the college -- eg. contacting architects & engineers who I have found are normally quite forthcoming with their advice, by attending the additional lectures offered by the AAI and the RIAI, by getting in touch with fellow students in different schools of architecture around Europe - this can be done via http://www.archi-students.org
and by going to the library and getting the information yourself!!!