Course code LAD203

LAD203 Digital 3D-Planning

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Course responsible: Tellef Vallesverd Dannevig
ECTS credits: 5
Faculty: Faculty of Landscape and Society
Teaching language: NO
(NO=norsk, EN=Engelsk)
Teaching exam periods:
Three weeks in june.
Course frequency: Annual
First time: Study year 2018-2019
Course contents:
Digital 3-dimensional models are important tools in most planning processes. The subject uses 3D software to solve practical work tasks derived from issues we as planners can expect to meet in the workplace. The main focus is on 3D models as tools for developing a project, as well as communicating the ideas to external stakeholders
Learning outcome:

At the completion of the course, students are expected to use digital 3-dimensional models as tools for both analysis and development of different types of concrete plan projects.

This includes generating digital 3D models using different methods based on digital map data, as well as utilizing these models as tools throughout entire planning processes.

Learning activities:

During the course`s three weeks of completion, the student will provide assignments that deal with various issues where digital 3D models are useful tools. During this period, the course coordinator and student supervisor will be available in the computer lab four hours a day.

Learning outcomes will be achieved by carrying out practical tasks derived from actual projects. The first two weeks will consist of minor tasks where new material is presented and expected to be used in the task solution. The last week, this will be summed up in a major task where all the issues can occur, and a comprehensive understanding of digital 3D models is expected as a tool.

Teaching support:
Course counselors and student guides will be available in the computer room for supervision four hours a day throughout the course
No curriculum
Recommended prerequisites:
Mandatory activity:
Portfolio. The students are evaluated based on their assignments
Nominal workload:
125 hours
Examination details: Portfolio: Passed / Not Passed