productions are carried out in accordance with common guidelines
the work is carried out by teams that follow project methodology
development of a digital product with a project report based on professional knowledge and reflection on one’s own working and learning process
Teaching and working methods
The course is organised in two parts, Part 1 and Part 2. Part 1 is taught during the 5th semester, and is a combination of lectures, practical exercises, self-study and supervision, and focuses on the Pre-production phase. Part 2 is taught during the 6th semester, focuses on the Production phase, and is primarily organised as self-study where students work in groups and take part in group seminars and supervision with an appointed supervisor. Each group will have regular sessions with their supervisor during the semester. The project groups may choose to do their project in collaboration with an external partner. A presentation will be given of potential external partners. Topic and the research questions will be worked out in consultation with supervisors during Part 1, but all projects must receive prior approval from the institute before they can be carried out in Part 2. In cases where the group's own project cannot be approved, the group may be assigned a project with an internal or external partner.
presentation and submission of 1-4 group assignments
attendance at lectures in accordance with the teaching plan
attendance at laboratory teaching in accordance with the teaching plan
attendance at 2–3 group seminars attendance at 5–10 supervision sessions
Passed coursework requirements are only valid for 12 months. Students who apply for retake of exams/folder assignments after 12 months will have to pass the coursework requirements again next time the course is taught.
group project consisting of product and report
oral group examination, which can adjust the project's grade up or down one whole grade
In the case of group examinations, all group members share responsibility for the full content of the assignment/product/performance.
Alphabetical grades are used, on a scale from A to F, with E as the lowest passing grade.