Mobilities Design: Concept and Diagram

2018/2019

Prerequisite/Recommended prerequisite for participation in the module

Relevant BSc degree (Bachelor)

Content, progress and pedagogy of the module

The objective is to introduce students to the two of the key tools within mobilities design: the concept and the diagram. The course introduces to the nature of conceptual thinking and diagrammatical analysis as a way of analyzing and understanding mobilities. Various approaches to conceptual development and analysis are explored as well as the manifold applications of diagrams to mobilities analysis are discussed. The course illustrates concepts and diagrams both theoretically as well as with case based examples.

Students who complete the module:

Learning objectives

Knowledge

  • Must have knowledge about theories of conceptual thinking and diagrammatical analysis
  • Must be able to understand and identify key approaches to conceptual thinking and diagrammatic analysis  

Skills

  • Must be able to discuss and compare key approaches to conceptual thinking and diagrammatic analysis
  • Must be able to evaluate advantages and challenges to different  perspectives and approaches of conceptual thinking and diagrammatical analysis

Competences

  • Must have competencies to apply concepts in cases of mobilities thinking and diagrams in mobilities analysis 

Type of instruction

Supervision, case work, workshops and plenary sessions



Exam

Exams

Name of examMobilities Design: Concept and Diagram
Type of exam
Written or oral exam
ECTS5
Permitted aids
Without aids
Assessment7-point grading scale
Type of gradingInternal examination
Criteria of assessmentAs stated in the Framework Provisions

Facts about the module

Danish titleMobilitetsdesign: Koncept og diagram
Module codeAODMPM2K159
Module typeCourse
Duration1 semester
SemesterSpring
ECTS5
Location of the lectureCampus Aalborg
Responsible for the module

Organisation

Study BoardStudy Board of Architecture & Design
FacultyTechnical Faculty of IT and Design
SchoolSchool of Architecture, Design and Planning