This may be because fragmented learning can save time, be executable and concise.
Many structural designers prefer to put their undergraduate classic textbooks and classic books on the shelf, but look at some technical measures like “thirsty and looking for water” (not that all technical measures are bad, and some technical measures are very practical hard operation on the premise of solid basic knowledge) or spend two or three thousand yuan to listen to the lecture of the chief structural engineer for two days (people with dialectical thinking are suitable to listen to lectures and open up a thinking direction for problems they can’t solve) We know that there is no easy way to learn, that is, there is no shortcut to learning, and it is impossible to improve your skills through one or two days of lectures.
However, such learning also has disadvantages, which may lead learners to see trees rather than forests and avoid the important ones.
Research on seismic measures of high-rise buildings structural engineers who have learned a lot about structural reading do not pay much attention to systematic learning in their working career after employment, but pay more attention to fragmented learning.
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