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تقييم سير العملية التعليمية لمادة التصميم المعماري

تهدف هذه الرسالة الى تقييم العملية التعليمية لمادة التصميم المعماري بمراسم قسم العمارة والتخطيط العمراني بجامعة طرابلس، من خلال معرفة واقع الحال و إكتشاف مواطن القوة ونقاط الضعف في العملية التعليمية لمادة التصميم المعماري، حيث تم جمع المعلومات من الأدبيات السابقة التي تتناول التصميم المعماري، لتحديد إطار نظري يشمل تعريف التصميم المعماري ومفاهيمه الفلسفية و أبعاده المعرفية و طرق تدريسه. بالإضافة الى تعريف التقييم وجوانب التقييم وإستنتاج أهم المواضيع والمحاور في تقييم تعليم التصميم المعماري، بعد ذلك تم بناء نموذج لتقييم العملية التعليمية لمادة التصميم المعماري بمراسم قسم العمارة بجامعة طرابلس. حيث يشمل هذا النموذج ثلاث عوامل رئيسية وهي: المقرر، الأداء داخل المرسم، و البيئة التعليمية، و يتضمن كل عامل رئيسي عدة عوامل ثانوية. كما تم صياغة هذه العوامل في إستمارة إستبيان لجمع المعلومات اللازمة لمعرفة وتقييم واقع حال العملية التعليمية لمادة التصميم المعماري. وبناءً على ما تقدم تم التوصل الى النتائج، والتي منها: تبين أن بعض مهارات التصميم الهامة لا يتم تنميتها بالقدر الكافي كمهارة الإبداع والنقد. إن الطلاب في حاجة الى تطوير مهارات الإخراج والتعبير عن الأفكار، بالإضافة الى أن مقررات مادة التصميم بحاجة ماسة للتطوير وجعلها تتناسب مع الإحتياجات المحلية والتطورات التقنية والنظرية ومجالات العمارة، أيضا لابد من الأخذ بالإعتبار كيفية تقييم الطالب داخل المرسم، كما أن المرسم يحتاج الى إعادة النظر من حيث أعداد الطلاب في كل مرسم والوسائل التعليمية والأثاث. Abstract Thesis summary by Arch: Maha Abdo Al-rahman Agheel to Department of Architecture and Urban Planning, Faculty of Engineering, Tripoli University. Title: Assessment of the Educational Process of Architectural Design subjectCase Study (Studios of Architecture Department at Tripoli University).The purpose of this thesis is evaluating the educational process of architectural design subject in Department of Architecture and Urban Planning studios at the University of Tripoli. Aming to find out the strengths and weaknesses of the educational process of the architectural design subject. To build the theoretical framework literature review was condacted which includes the definitions, philosophical concepts, knowledge dimensions and teaching methods of architectural design. As well as defining many terms such as design, design process, assessment, and aspects of assessment followed by exploring many models which used to evaluate educational maters followed by building a model of this research which includs three major factors: performance inside the studio, the syllabus, and the learning environment (studio), and every major factor includes several secondary factors . As these factors has been formulated in the form of a questionnaire to gather the necessary data to know and assess the reality of the educational process of the architectural design subject. Based on the above, the results have been reached, including the following: some important design skills are not enough developed as creativity and criticism skills. The students need to develop their schematic and oral presentation skills, in addition that the architectural design subject needs to be developed, also what must take into account is how to assess student inside the studio, and the studio needs to be reconsidered in terms of the numbers of students in each studio, teaching aids and the furnitures.
مها عبد الرحمن عبد السلام عقيل (2013)
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أساليب التبريد باستخدام الطاقة الشمسية السالبة في العمارة التقليدية بليبيا

Abstract The research discusses the passive solar energy in cooling the internal gaps, using architectural and urban techniques In the traditional architecture In Libya, aiming to reach to required thermal comfort for humans, particularly in the high temperature areas, It could be done through four chapters in the research, so that shall contain a part of the research content, in addition to results and recommendation, so that shell discuss: First chapter: whereas the research discusses the study of climate elements, which are considered as the most effecting factors on thermal comfort, plus demonstration of climate and climate regions in Libya. Thereafter, the study of traditional architecture in different regions of Libya (cost, mountains, desert), clarification of their most important characteristics and features at architect and urban levels, used materials and methods of construction of the same, then comparison of regions to reach to features of each region. Second chapter: this chapter shall discuss study of humans comfort, and sources of thermal gain and loss between the human body and its ambient, especially by climate factors, the most significant study of thermal gain and loss sources of the building form the direct sun rays, via walls and roofs and movement of the air. Third chapter: the sun rays are deemed the most important climate elements effecting the architectural and urban, which generate other climate elements, such as air movement and humidity …etc, which in turn impact the human thermal comfort. Thus, this chapter focused on study of passive cooling techniques, using urban and architectural technologies, to limit the effect of sun rays, prior to its reach to the building, or to limit its penetration through walls and roofs, passing by historical stops of using passive cooling techniques. Fourth chapter: Addresses this chapter analytical study applied to the methods and techniques of cooling using solar energy passive in traditional architecture, by examining and analyzing the most important of these techniques and treatments Urban and architectural in different regions (coastal, mountain, desert) and benefit from and applied in the local architecture. Finally: the search to a set of findings and recommendations to the effect that he must return to traditional architecture and technologies and processes and take advantage of them to maintain the legacies of urban and architectural history, and development in the local construction and architecture.
يوسف مفتاح الهمالي (2013)
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دراسة تحليلية للنسيج العمراني المتضام من المنظور الاجتماعي حالة دراسية مدينة جادو

Abstract Traditional compact urban fabric patterns is type of urban fabric that characterized by its organic structure integrated with the natural environment. The building blocks in this type are attached interspersed with interior courtyards within and between buildings. Streets and alleys are narrow, not straightforward and with closed endings. This system is common in the old traditional cities. Traditional compact urban fabric is classified according to the traffic network into forked or regular this research deals with the study and analysis of the concept of traditional compact urban fabric from the social perspective. It is a study of the social aspects affecting and affected by the built environment related to daily life within the prevailing social systems which is a man-made laws laid down by a group of people to organize their lives. Due to the multiplicity of the fields of social system, the researcher identified systems that are thought to have a clear impact on the built environment in the study area, which are the tribal system, the family system and the management of traditional community (Alhessbah and Aezzabah) The old town of Jadu was chosen as a case study. The study addresses the following issues. First- the concept and the characteristics of traditional compact urban fabric, were defined through the study of historical examples. Secondly - the physical structure of traditional compact urban fabric and the impact of social factors in the formation of this structure. Thirdly, field study which limited to the old town of Jadu which consists of two neighborhoods Tarkeen and Amgail. The porpose of field study is to analyze the impact of specific social systems on the built environment in the study area
نادية خليفة الحارس (2014)
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