- The students have become knowledgeable and sensitive to how meaning is constructed in the realm of visual communication. They have gained new active knowledge, have been made aware of their existing passive knowledge, and have become aware of the existence of a field full of knowledge that they do not yet know.|
- The students will be able to apply this knowledge to construct a meaning and to express a narration in a static visual way. In short, the aim is to generate knowledge and enthusiasm on the topic of visual communication, in such a way that the students will be able to apply their obtained knowledge to the other courses of the bachelor study of Creative Technology.
- The presentation of the students’ work in an open critique is aimed at making the students realize the simple fact that they are not the center of the universe, but merely a part of it. This attitude is essential in learning how to listen to the comments, remarks and constructive criticisms from the others; which in return will improve one's work. At the same time, the students will be trained in articulating their views in a constructive way.
- By pursuing assignments of which the aim and intended outcome may not be initially apparent to the students, students practice an attitude of open minded discovery – a major factor in learning is finding out that the problem was not as it seemed and solutions are often a matter of shifting perspective.
- Another aim of this component is to generate constructive discussions—exchange of knowledge and questions—during class time, along with laughter. To have the students be inspired to do the work and return to the following class with a smile
MANDATORY weekly assignments: Every week, you must hand in one assignment to be presented and discussed in class. These assignments are a mandatory part of your grade. During the tutorial, you will discuss the assignments that were handed in with other students – a valuable source of feedback on your work!|
Manual enrollment via Osiris is only for Creative Technology students. If you want to enroll, please contact K. Zalewska (email@example.com).