Welcome to Architecture! Orientation for Bachelor of Design

Welcome to Architecture! Orientation for Bachelor of Design

Welcome to Architecture! Orientation for Bachelor of Design (Arch) Program Information Session | 24 July 2019 Acknowledgement of Country Program Convenor Bachelor of Design (Architecture) Dr Nicholas Foulcher

[email protected] Photo goes here The Program Convenor is the academic staff member with overall responsibility for the management and quality of your program. Contact me for advice on academic matters, including career advice and course recommendations to suit your interests and study

plans. Course Coordinator A Course Coordinator is responsible for organising one or more individual courses (subjects). You will have a different Course Coordinator for each course you are enrolled in, and examples of areas for which they are responsible include course content, adverse circumstances, and grades. Program Advisor

Deborah Gane [email protected] A Program Advisor has thorough knowledge of a degree program. Your Program Advisor can help you ensure that you are following the requirements and structure of your degree program. You should contact your Program Advisor if you have any administrative enquiries about your degree. For more info visit newcastle.edu.au/askuon or email [email protected] Semester Study Load

Full-time study = Domestic Students: Enrolled in 30 units or more per semester or enrolled in a total of 60 units or more in that academic year International Students: Enrolled in 40 units per semester Part-time study = Domestic Students: 10 20 units per semester International Students: Should enroll full-time. Meet with a

Student Advisor or visit Student Central if you want to vary your course load Every 10 unit course requires 10 hours study per week Terminology Core Courses = Directed = Elective = compulsory courses completed by everyone studying the

program a course you choose from a Directed List within the program this is different to an Elective course any unrestricted course in the University What to bring on your first day Notepad unlined in A4 or A5 Pen and Pencil And of course

a Laptop or Tablet What you will need in this program Paper Yellowtrace for the classic architect Greaseproof for the student architect

Pens Black fine liner pens in two or three different line widths 0.2mm, 0.4mm and 0.6mm Pencils 6B, 2B, HB and a 2H Laptop

Software and hardware specs will be covered as you progress in the program UONline (Blackboard) uonline.newcastle.edu.au UONCapture uonline.newcastle.edu.au UONCapture is the University's platform for recording classes and other teaching resources.

Timetabled lectures conducted in equipped classrooms will be recorded. To access these recordings, please log into UONline and visit your course site. Then, click the UONCapture link at the bottom of your course menu to access recordings. When do lectures, studios and tutorials start? Lectures will begin in Week 1 Studios will begin in Week 1 Tutorials will begin in Week 2

ALWAYS CHECK YOUR TIMETABLE Critiques what are they? Critiques are how you are assessed in Architectural Studio Courses Here you present your project to a panel, who ask questions, and assess you. SueAnne Ware Derren Lowe Beth George

Rebecca McLaughlan Chris Tucker Architecture Michael Chapman Pia Ednie-Brown

Sarah Jozefiak Irene Perez Lopez Timothy Burke Sam Spurr Nicholas Foulcher

Brit Andresen Professors of Practice Lawrence and Andrea Nield Richard Leplastrier Lindsay and Kerry Clare Peter Stutchbury

Electives Electives (Domestic) ARBE2223 Architecture Studio Project (Available for Years 2 and 3) Intro to Additive Manufacturing, SABE Reimagining Hill End Hill End, NSW

Tangentyere Alice Springs, NT Electives (International) ARBE2223 Architecture Studio Project (Available for Years 2 and 3) Brazil Brazil Design & Build New Zealand Building Dissent Guangzhou GZ Tactics

France Paris: the Grand Tour Denmark Trans-Arckitektur Tokyo Pigeons of Tokyo Program Plan A Program Plan outlines the structure of your degree. It is designed to provide you with an easy to follow plan you can use to check that you are on track with your degree, and help you choose courses that will be appropriate for your program.

How to access your program plan Log into myUON Click the My Details tile See your Program Plan under Program Information

How to manage your assessment schedule There are a number of ways to manage your assessment schedule Use a diary Use a wall planner (grab a free wall planner at the Orientation Expo or from Student Central)

Look at the due date and count backwards to work out when you need to start assignments App to help you plan, for example, My Study Life Whatever works for you, there is no right or wrong

Are you eligible for credit? If you have studied at another institution you may be eligible for credit. For advice, talk to your Program Advisor Credit information for current students

Checklist for first day at uni Have you: Organised a student card?

Organised a parking permit or know which bus to catch? Know where your rooms are located? Downloaded the myuon app?

Bought plenty of insect repellent? All the best for next week! Are there any questions? Whats on Next:

Meet your Program Convenor and ask questions 1:15pm 2:00pm Lunch: Bar on the Hill 2:00pm 4:00pm Our Shout and Entertainment: Bar on the Hill

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