Projects CFO 1

Module code
M-JP-PRJCFO1
Curricular domain
Practical Classes
Credits
5
Group size
4
Number of course weeks
Variable
Class duration
Variable
Total contact hours
24 hours
Study load
116 hours

Form / content / level

Prerequisites
Admitted to the Bachelor's course.
Competencies
See Competencies Matrix.
Aims
Learning how to work as a composer.
Relation to other modules
n/a
Content
Over the course of the study year, several project weeks for first and second year students are organized.
An example of a project is a collaboration 10x10x17 with University of Edinburgh, or other exclusive for collaborative work with other film departments.
Mode(s) of instruction
Virtual classroom video conference with audio where max four students in four different locations and one instructor in another location, communicate by seeing each other, talking and listening to each other equally. The Instructor has access to a whiteboard, application sharing, desktop sharing and document sharing and may hand this privileges to any participants of the conference.
Apart from the video conference a high quality stereo audio stream is open at the same time via source connect. That way students and instructor can listen to music from any source of the group and talk about it simultaneously. Individual lessons where deemed necessary by the instructor.
Material
n/a
Student activity
n/a

Examination and assessment

Mode(s) of assessment
Varies for the different projects, depending on their subject and mode of instruction. Students may be assessed by the relevant teachers and/or guest teachers through keeping a logbook, meetings, and/or a performance assessment.
Criteria
Students are required to make an active contribution to the project week process and to deliver a performance that meets the project's standards.
Pass requirements
The student has completed this module if he is graded "satisfactory".
Examination procedure
Varies per project. See Mode(s) of assessment.
Resit options
See the Education and Assessment Plan.

Module summary

Several project weeks for first and second year students are organized over the course of the study year.