||Objeto, función y funcionamiento de la herramienta informática en las practicas proyectuales de los alumnos, aplicada a la generación de Diseño Textil.
||Martinez, B.S., Fasce, A., Merlos, N. and Ortega, F.G.
||Continuing with our investigation of application of the computer tool in the generation of Textile Design is that we center this work on the query about which, because and like they are carried out you practice them of representation using systems CAD in the generation of Textile Design, on the part of the students and the meaning that these they attribute to the use of this digital tool. The investigation of happiness is practiced it centers this way from its linking with these as alternative of pedagogic intervention, framed in the implementation particularities of you practice them proyects in the shop of Textile Design, with the objective of Knowing and Tipificar the different representation alternatives for the carried out students. The elected methodology for the present investigation is the qualitative logic, inside an interpretation focus, to describe and to interpret the meanings that the students grant to the use of the computer tool in their exercises proyects. For the process of obtaining of data, was carried out a flowing and open work, of interviews and permanent selection where you drain the sample according to the saturation approaches that settled down during the course of the same one, the analysis type it allowed us the conceptual comparisons, associated to strategies, by means of which we obtained the excellent information that finally will be processed and restored to the group for, if it considers it to him pertinent, become use material in the future.
|Year of publication:
Martinez, B.S., Fasce, A., Merlos, N. and Ortega, F.G. (1999).
Objeto, función y funcionamiento de la herramienta informática en las practicas proyectuales de los alumnos, aplicada a la generación de Diseño Textil.. III Congreso Iberoamericano de Grafico Digital [SIGRADI Conference Proceedings] Montevideo (Uruguay) September 29th - October 1st 1999, pp. 430-433,