I am a student at the University of Cincinnatti and I am enrolled in
Architectural Enginnering Technology. This is my second quarter of college
and have been introduced to AutoCAD14, for the first time. I am trying to
solve this problem, by killing two birds with one stone. I have been asked
to do a technical research paper on a topic of my choice. Myself being
interested in AutoCAD and wanting to find out more about it, thought it
would be a good topic. But I am having trouble finding information on how
AutoCAD is an effective teaching tool. I have a couple of reviews on it, but
it doesn't go into much detail. I would greatly appreciate some guidence or
information on the particular subject.
As an Architectural Drafting instructor and CAD instructor of the South Central Technical College I would say that CAD
is NOT a teaching tool as I understand you question. Neither is a parallel bar
or a drafting machine.
It is a powerful complex and frustrating tool for communicating graphic
consturction information from one person to another.
Or did is miss the intent of your question?