Ecology and Landscape Architecture (lecture) WB-BI-ANG-48
The purpose of this course is to provide knowledge of the field of activity and research in landscape architecture, taking into account contemporary trends and developments in the design and arrangement of landscape architecture facilities.
Grupa przedmiotów ogólnouczenianych
Symbol/Symbole kierunkowe efektów uczenia się
BI2_U04 - the graduate can use the knowledge, collect and interpret data
empirical data from various sources and on this basis formulate requests
BI2_K03 - the graduate is ready to fulfill social obligations, inspire and organize activities for social environment initiating actions on for the public interest to think and act in ways that entrepreneurial
Assessment methods and criteria - exercises:
Task (practical) - making a survey based on the knowledge from lectures.
During the study (field) visit, the student is required to conduct a survey of the users of the landscape arch. facility and take basic natural and urban measurements and samples from the site (to be turned in at the end of class).
The results of the questionnaires are submitted via the Moodle platform (e-learning).
Task Grade Range:
94-100% - 5
93-88% - 4,5
87-80% - 4
79-70% - 3,5
69-60% - 3
less than 59. 9% - 2
A student may have 1 unexcused absence, but attendance during study visits is mandatory.
5 - the student is able to construct and conduct a survey very well, as well as analyze selected landscape arch. objects,
4 - the student is able to construct and conduct a survey well, as well as analyze selected landscape arch. objects,
3 - the student can sufficiently construct and conduct a questionnaire, as well as analyze selected landscape arch. objects,
2 - the student does not know how to construct and conduct a questionnaire, as well as analyze selected landscape arch. objects.
Students must receive a passing grade on the exercise assignments in order to take the exam.
Dodatkowe informacje (np. o kalendarzu rejestracji, prowadzących zajęcia, lokalizacji i terminach zajęć) mogą być dostępne w serwisie USOSweb: