Literature list and study hand-outs given by the lecturer before the course start and during the course.
Lectures, contact teaching, problem based learning, guided assignments and independent assignments, independent work with literature, exam. Tuition is in Finnish.
Learning assignment 80 %, continuous assessment 20 %.
Assessment is based on continuous assessment of a student, attendance, practical excersises and their assessment. Each student is assessed from the starting point of her/his abilities. MInimum 80 % presence of contact studies must fullfill. All given assignments must be done.
Tuition in Finnish
11.01.2021 - 05.03.2021
30.11.2020 - 11.01.2021
1 - 20
School of Media, Design and Conservation
Anna Häkäri, Heikki Häyhä, Kirsi Perkiömäki, Päivi Ukkonen
During the study module the student should read up on the given literature together with practical work.
The course will be implemented as a project based learning. The idea is learning through making practical work. Student has a role as an investigative learner.
Degree Programme in Conservation
No other course will replace this course as this is a basic course for textile conservation purposes where students can test their abilities in practise.
The study module will be implemented in cooperation with a local museum.
Exam in the end of the course.
The weekly working hours of a student is 1,5 cr which is equivalent to 40 hours of studies. 40 hours is formed from approx. 15 - 20 hours of contact studies with a lecturer. The remaining hours is spent by independent literature survey or practical work. 1 credit (cr) is equivalent to 27 hours (h).
Metropolia University of Applied Sciences, Degree Programme in Conservation's premises.