The Australian Architecture module extends students’ knowledge, understanding and skills of graphics technology with a particular emphasis on Australian architecture, its standards, building characteristics and historical qualities.
Projects undertaken in this module should promote the sequential development of skills and reflect an increasing degree of student autonomy as they progress through the course.
5.1.1 communicates ideas graphically using freehand sketching and accurate drafting techniques
5.1.2 analyses the nature of information and intended audience to select and develop appropriate presentations
5.2.1 designs and produces a range of graphical presentations
5.2.2 evaluates the effectiveness of different modes of graphical communications for a variety of purposes
5.3.1 identifies, interprets, selects and applies graphics conventions, standards and procedures in graphical communications
5.3.2 manages the development of graphical presentations to meet project briefs and specifications
5.4.1 manipulates and produces images using computer-based drafting and presentation technologies
5.5.1 identifies, assesses and manages relevant OHS factors to minimise risks in the work environment
5.5.2 demonstrates responsible and safe work practices for self and others
5.6.1 demonstrates the application of graphics to a range of industrial, commercial and personal settings
5.6.2 evaluates the impact of graphics on society, industry and the environment