BIM Education 2016


Academic Interoperability Coalition

Call for Papers and Case Studies

10th BIM Academic Symposium & Job Task Analysis Review

Monday-Tuesday, April 4-5, 2016

The objective of this Academic Workshop is to gather representatives of different academic programs and industry to discuss learning approaches to be incorporated at different levels of college curriculum. The effort is intended to generate collaboration throughout architecture, engineering, construction, owner, and operator (AECOO) industry.
The papers will be viewed worldwide to further academic models and generate dialogue about the issues with the transformational disruption of changing the way we educate to support BIM and all the offshoot opportunities BIM is creating to improve productivity.
Researchers, academicians, and practitioners in the AECOO industry are invited to submit short papers (no more than 8 pages) and/or presentations describing best practices, experiences, and challenges incorporating BIM in creating educational opportunities. Papers are also invited to describe specific course or project experiences. Specific topics to be addressed include:

• Learning Outcomes Assessments
• Pedagogical Models
• Interdisciplinary Approaches
• Research Opportunities
• Accreditation Issues
• Curriculum Integration
• Sample Courses & Sample Lessons
• Student Projects
• Industry Involvement
• Academic Business Models and ROI


  • Interested presenters are invited to submit an abstract (300 words) by 12 October 2015 to the organizing committee. Papers will be blind reviewed. Space is limited so submission date abstract may be a determining factor in acceptance.
  • Notification of acceptance will be issued by 16 November 2015
  • Full papers should be submitted by 4 January 2016
  • Notification for Presentations will be issued by 29 February 2016
  • Final Papers, Copyright Releases and Presentations will be due by 15 March 2016


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