Certificate of Achievement
has completed the following course:
This online course explored the meaning of heritage and its value. It focused on definitions of heritage; the guidelines and frameworks that apply to heritage; the impact of changes to the built environment, on local and global communities; and opportunities for engagement with heritage preservation and heritage studies.
2 weeks, 3 hours per week
Program Director (Bachelor), Architecture
Discipline Head, Urban and Environmental Planning
- Explain the meaning of heritage and its value.
- Discuss the guidelines and frameworks that apply to heritage in your local area.
- Evaluate the impact of changes, at all scales, to the built environment, on local and global communities.
- Investigate options for future engagement and career opportunities with heritage studies.
- Definitions of heritage in different built environment contexts
- Globally adopted heritage frameworks and guidelines
- Global case studies of different heritage challenges across different scales and how this impacts on local and global communities
- Recognising and acknowledging community values in policy and practice
- Levels of engagement and different career opportunities in heritage studies, preservation and conservation
- Prompts to pathways to find out more about getting involved
Issued on 19th April 2018
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