Not offered in 2008
As per HYM4095
On completion of this unit students will:
- have been introduced to concepts of heritage and heritage value
- know of and understand usual criteria for heritage assessment
- have developed skills in identifying, researching and classifying heritage themes and sites
- have developed strong writing skills, including the production of heritage reports and preservation submissions
- have developed strong oral communication skills, including the ability to defend positions and recommendations
- have developed skills in the use of computers and other new media.
- have developed reflective skills and understandings of the broader issues around heritage and conservation issues.
Students undertaking the unit at 5th year level will:
- demonstrate all of the above as well as advanced original research and writing skills commensurate with the more advanced level of their studies.Students undertaking the unit on-line will develop skills the above skills, although objective five will be in the form of virtual oral communication skills.
Test (500 words):10%, Heritage Project or essay (4500 words): 50%, Reflective essay (2000 words): 20%, Class participation (2000 words):20%
2 hours per week for on-campus students
Undergraduate major in History or permission