Lecturer's material and live sessions. Software manufacturer specific online references and materials
Additional material and reading material shared through Itslearning for each week's theme.
The course will be delivered through close contact sessions and the core learning will take place in a tutorial fashion with laboratory assignments and homework.
Although peer-assisted learning is encouraged, students are expected to produce individual deliverable (in other words, no group work).
The students are expected to give peer feedback on specified laboratory assignments and homework.
The course will be using Itslearning as the learning platform
The assessment will be based on the individual assignments submitted in the Itslearning workspace .
The lecturer evaluates each assignments from 0-5. To pass the course, students are expected to submit at least 75 % of the assignments. Final grade will be average of assignment grades multiplied by return percent (non-returned assignments are counted as 0).
The students are expected to give peer feedback on specified laboratory assignments and homework. Failing to participate to the peer feedback will result -1 grade to the final evaluation.
Late submission will affect negatively to the evaluation. Last assignment must be returned before 30.10.2022
29.08.2022 - 31.10.2022
01.06.2022 - 15.09.2022
Engineering and Business
Each student attending to the laboratory must follow Covid-19 guidelines.
Degree Programme in Information and Communication Technology, Degree Programme in Information and Communications Technology
Competence demonstration, if you have experience from industry or experience that is compatible with the course content. Discuss with the instructor when the course starts for demonstration
No exam dates;
This course does not have any retake possibilities. Failing the course means that students will have to repeat it the following year.
This course leans on CDIO principles and takes a project-based learning approach.
This course requires students to work 135 hours and is divided as follows:
- Contact sessions and Instructed laboratory work 48 hours
- Individual work with assignments and material review 87 hours
All course work is individual
Course starts on 29.8.2022 and ends 21.10.2022. The course is held onsite at campus with close contact. Each student attending to the laboratory must follow the Covid-19 guidelines.
Each week Monday and Thursday will be contact session at laboratory C3031. The laboratory assignments and home works is related to the topic of the week.
Week 35 Course Introduction, 2D Graphics in Games, intro to Adobe Photoshop
Week 36 Tools For 2D Graphics: Photoshop continues
Week 37 Tools For 2D Graphics: Vector graphics Adobe Photoshop&Illustrator
Week 38 Tools For 2D Graphics: Illustrator continues
Week 39 Unity 2D: tools & techniques, Sprites and GUI in games
Week 40 Unity 2D: tools & techniques, Sprites and GUI in games, 2D lighting
Week 41 Unity 2D: tools & techniques, 2D Animation & Character Design
Week 42 WORK ON YOUR OWN - 2D Game level with character.
Assignments changes every week and assignments needs to returned before next weeks live session. No feedback available for late submission . Last assignment must be returned before 31.10.2022
Student submits less than 75% of the assignments
The average is of the submitted assignments and the submission percentage equals 1-2
The quality of the submitted assignments are poor and it is visible that the student has not spent the required time with the assignment
The average is of the submitted assignments and the submission percentage equals 3-4
The quality of the submitted assignments are good and it is visible that the student has spent the required time with the assignment but the student has not challenged his/her skills or the assignment lacks the final effort to improve it.
The average is of the submitted assignments and the submission percentage equals 5
The quality of the submitted assignments are excellent and it is visible that the student has spent the required time or more with the assignment. The student has challenged his/her skills and researched more about the topic to improve the end result and his/her skills.