10. Aken, V. (2005). Valid Knowledge for the Professional Design of Large and Complex Design Process. Design studies, 26, 379-404.
11. Beamish, A. (2002). Strategies for international design studios: using information technologies for collaborative learning and design. In A. Salama, W. O'Reily, and K. Noschis (eds.), Architectural education today: Cross cultural perspectives, (133-142). Lausanne, Switzerland: Comportements.
12. Carlhian, J. P. (1979). The Ecole Des Beaux-Arts. Journal Of Architectural Education, 33, 7-17.
13. Davis, H. (1983). Individual houses in groups: A pattern language in a teaching studio. Journal of Architectural Education, 36, 78-90.
14. Dutton, T. (1991). The hidden curriculum and the design studio: Toward a critical studio pedagogy. In T. Dutton (ed.), Voices in architectural education (165-194). New York, NY: Bergin and Garvey.
15. Eilouti, B. H. (2012). Knowledge Recycling and Transformation in Design. In New Research on Knowledge
Management Models and Methods. InTech.
16. Gelernter, M. (1988). Reconciling lecture and studios. Journal of Architectural education, 41, 46-52.
17.Goldschmidt, G. (1983). Doing Design: Making architecture. Journal of Architectural Education, 37, 8-13.
18. Kolb, D. A. (2014). Experiential learning: Experience as the source of learning and development. FT press.
19. Kvan, T. (2001). The pedagogy of virtual design studios. Automation in Construction, 10, 345-354.
20. Mitchell, K. (2006). Lessons from practice: Architectural education and the notion of critical inquiry. Open House International, 31, 17-24.
21. Ozkan, Ozgu., & Dogan, Fehmi. (2013). Cognitive strategies of analogical reasoning in design: Diffrences between expert and novice designer. Design studies. 34, 161-192.
22. Robert, A. (2006). Cognitive styles and student progression in architectural design education, Design Studies, 27, 167–181.
23. Salama, A. M. (1995). New Trends In Architectural Education, Designing the design studio. Tailored text and unlimited potential publishing.
24. Salama, A. M. & N. Wilkinson (2007). A structured content and a rigorous process meet in studio pedagogy In A.M. Design studio pedagogy: Horizons for the future (153-166). Gateshead, UK: The Urban Internatinal Press.
25. Salama, A. M. (2014). Course file: Senior project preparation and programming. Doha, Qatar: Department of Architecture and Urban Planning, Qatar University.
26. Salama, A. (2015). Spatial design education: New direction for pedagogy in architecture and beyond. England: Ashgate publishing limited.
27. Sanoff, H. (2005). Origins of community design, Progressive Planning, 166, 14-17.
28. Simmons, G. (1978). Analogy in design: Studio teaching models. Journal of Architectural Education, 31, 18-20.
29. Sköldberg, J., Jill W., & Mehves Ç. (2013). Design Thinking: Past, Present and Possible Futures. Creativity And Innovation Management, 22, 121-136.
30. Smith, R. E. (2007). Heuristic formations: Design as empirical making. In A. M. Salam and N. In A.M. Salama and N. Wilkinson (eds.), design studio pedagogy: Horizons for future (177-184). Gateshead, Uk: the Urban international press.
31. Tezel, E., & Csakin, H. (2010). Learning styles and student's performance in design problem solving. Archnet-IJAR: International Journal of Architectural Research, 4 (2-3): 262-277.
32. Symes, M. (1985). Urban development and the education of designers. Journal of Architectural and Planning Research, 2 (2), 23-37.
33. UNESCO/UIA. (2014). Validation System for Architectural Education, Revised edition.Paris, France: UIA Press.
34. Yavuz, A., & Yildirim, M. (2013). A Study on the Utilization of Creative Knowledge During the Process of Computer Aided Architectural Design Education. (3rd World Conference on Innovation and Computer science, pp 1058-1062). Turkey: University of Istanbul.