Author(s): Mehmet U├ä┬čur Kahraman*
In line with the COVID-19 global pandemic measures, with the obligation to stay at home and continue university education online, serious problems have also been encountered regarding the online functioning of interior architecture departments and applied/technical courses in Turkey. The lack of studies on this subject in the literature reveals that there is a serious gap on the subject. In the Technical Drawing courses, which are the "backbone" of interior architecture education, it has become necessary to develop an education model for digitally assisted teaching in a way that will not lag behind the abilities of traditional methods for the new generation that has born into the digital world. In this context; In the course setup developed for the online "Technical Drawing-I" course of the 2020-21 fall semester, Antalya Bilim University Department of Interior Architecture and Environmental Design; In the classroom environment, short video recordings were created for tutorial drawings and related mock ups on the whiteboard. These recordings were presented to the students on the YouTube platform. Learning is aimed with the opportunity to watch the videos repetitively, that are designed to show the drawings step by step which are the subject of the lesson. During the live / simultaneous lessons, the lesson taught with traditional drawing methods as a video on YouTube was explained over the CAD and these lessons were recorded and opened to the access of the students. It is aimed to increase the perception of the 3rd dimension by renders of the 3D object or space, where the students see the mock up and hand drawing in the YouTube video, for which the 2D drawing is made in the CAD.