Museology II KI00BJ10-3003 01.01.2021-31.03.2021 5 credits(KXA18S1)+-
Learning outcomes of the course
On completion of the course, the student will understand the preservation of the cultural heritage from a wide perspective.
The student will be familiar with the change of an object in a museum context. The student will be familiar with the principles of use of museum collections both in theory and practice.
The student will understand the basics of the exhibition activities in a museum, and the role of conservation in the exhibition process.
The student will be familiar with the significance of provenance and the history of objects.
The student will understand the meaning of collection policy and documentation. The student will be familiar with the most commonly used inventory tools in museums.
The student will be able to advice museums with their collection care.
Prerequisites and co-requisites
Basics in museology.
Exhibition activity in the museums.
Usage of the museum collection.
Provenance of the objects.
Significance of museum objects.
Collection care and inventory.
Directions for collection care.
The student has often been absent from the teaching sessions. Activity during the teaching sessions and rehearsals has been unsatisfactory. The student has problems in acting as a group member. The capacity to formulate relevant problems associated with the work is limited and the student has problems to apply theoretical studies to practical work. The reasoning in the rehearsal tasks is weak and the student has many gaps in his/her knowledge.
The student does not work independently and needs a lot of further guidance from the teacher. The student has not given enough attention to the subject, and he/she does not have a clear overall understanding of the subject.
The student has taken part in all teaching sessions and projects and his/her activity on the course has been good. The student acts flexibly as a group member.
The studies have proceeded consistently. The student is able to understand the basic topics of the course and is able to apply the theoretical studies to practical work. The reasoning of the rehearsal tasks is valid and the student understands the causes and effects of one's choices in the tasks.
The student works independently but there is still some need for further guidance from the teacher. The student has given enough attention for the subject and has an overall understanding of the subject.
The student has achieved the course objectives fully. The student has taken actively and constructively part in the teaching and the project. The student’s actions enhance the group activities.
The student masters the topics of the course and its prerequisites, and is able to apply theoretical studies to practical work. The reasoning in the rehearsal tasks is professional and the student can validate the causes and effects of his/her choices.
The student works independently. The student masters the overall subject in both theory and practice.