Module lectures template
Your Name
Your University
European Joint Master in Water and Coastal Management
Universidade do Algarve 2004-2005
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Title of your module
• Discipline: in which it fits
(general / coastal /freshwater, check
website under modules)
• Topic: in which it fits (check website,
within a module topics are
underlined)
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Introduction
1.
2.
3.
4.
Calendar and timetable
Assessment and submission date
Bibliography
Programme
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Programme
• Calendar: week DD-MM to DD-MM
• Timetable:
•
Day
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
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Room
Times (24 hour clock)
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Assessment
• The module is worth 2 ECTS credits out of an annual total of 60
ECTS.
• The assessment will be graded in two ways:
– using a 0-20 scale, where 10 is the pass mark
– using the ECTS A-F scale, where F is a fail
• Describe how you will assess the module, most modules should be
assessed by an individual piece of work representing a maximum of
20 hours work, including research (be realistic). Explain what
languages you will accept the work in, usually English but maybe
also additional languages.
• Submission is electronic (via email).
Give your email contact here and the submission date.
A copy should also be sent to the secretary ([email protected])
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Bibliography
• 1 References:
– Give a maximum of 5 references in journals
• 2 Books / Reports:
– Give a maximum of 5 books / reports
• 3 Web
– Give a maximum of 5 web sites
• If possible provide pdf or doc files or a
photocopy. These should be left with the
secretary
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Objectives
• Explain how your module relates to
integrated river basin management or
integrated coastal zone management
• Explain how your module links up with
other modules in the course (check the
web site)
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Requirements
• Explain if students doing this module
require certain skills, for example if the
module is very mathematical
• Make clear what level is required, for
example a good grasp of calculus
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Programme
• List the main headings of the module
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Learning outcomes
• After completing this module you should
know: Explain what the student should
know after completing this module
• After completing this module you should
be able to: Explain what the student
should be able to do after completing this
module
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Other skills
• Explain what other skills (not specific to
the module) the student may have
acquired, for example how to prepare a
literature review or how to prepare a
poster
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Today’s lecture
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