Semester: 1 / Spring
Lectures/Classes: 30 / 45 hours
Field of study: Landscape Architecture
Study cycle: 2nd cycle
Type of course: optional
Contact person: dr inż arch. Anna Bocheńska-Skałecka;
Short description: Preparation of analyzes, valuation and inventory for the tourist development of the selected area. To develop the design concept (with technical drawings, specifications) for tourism landscaping of chosen region (space).
Full description: Knowledge about tourism, tourism management, land management and planning (aspect of protected landscape) with consideration the condition connected with its environmental, economic, spatial and historical, cultural context (structure). Student acquaints with rules of tourism landscaping elements, systems and regulations. Presentation of the methods of analysis and valorization of selected areas for tourism development. Designing the main elements of tourism development and laying out trails, routs (protected areas). Student acquaints with tourism marketing issue. Presentation of the contemporary problem: brand image of tourism landscape.
Bibliography: Lickorish L. J., Jenkins C. L., An Introduction to Tourism, 1997 (first), Reed Educational and Professional Publishing Ltd 1997, ISBN 0 7506 1956 2, 2007 pg=PA94 lpg=PA94 dq=tourism+landscaping source=bl ots=VOvM2WATWv sig=7Ubd6iq2ClttOXdbQ_2hEI4KkpY hl=pl sa=X ved=0ahUKEwi19LrN_bPXAhWBF5oKHRsgDLsQ6AEIWzAJ#v=onepage q=tourism20landscaping f=false Dallen J. Timothy, Stephen W. Boyd, Heritage Tourism, Pearson Education, 2003 – 327, dq=tourism+landscaping hl=pl source=gbs_navlinks_s Colin Michael Hall, Stephen W. Boyd, Nature-based Tourism in Peripheral Areas: Development Or Disaster?, Channel View Publications, 2005 – 281, hl=pl source=gbs_navlinks_s AYENI D., 2016,Landscaping and Sustainable Tourism Development, LAP LAMBERT ACADEMIC PUBLISHING, ISBN-13: 978-3659871795, NEWSOME D., MOORE S.A., DWOLING R.K., 2012, Natural Area Tourism ECOLOGY, IMPACTS AND MANAGEMENT, MULTILINGUAL MATTERS LTD, ISBN13 (EAN): 9781845413811, Holloway J.Ch., Marketing for Tourism, Pearson Education, 2004 – 510, printsec=frontcover hl=pl source=gbs_ge_summary_r cad=0#v=onepage q f=false pg=PA235 lpg=PA235 dq=tourism+landscaping+rules+of+design source=bl ots=1DktyQa3YV sig=ZfmX6hH03rxEMjDYcNXNg2M0gp8 hl=pl sa=X ved=0ahUKEwi7nO-wvNDRAhXF1BoKHUQYBbAQ6AEIIjAB#v=onepage q=tourism20landscaping20rules20of20design f=false
Learning outcomes: Knowledge: has extended knowledge of specific complex issues related to cultural landscape protection has detailed knowledge of selected issues concerning contemporary trends and problems in landscape architecture – management, programming, planning and design of landscape Final exam/open test (written), graded assignment Final exam/open test (written), graded assignment Final design project AK2 - W11 AK2-W13 Skills: in the processes of landscape management, programming, planning and design is able to exploit the knowledge of specific detailed problems concerning the contemporary trends and issues in landscape architecture is able to exploit his/her detailed knowledge of selected issues concerning natural and cultural environmental management with the application of appropriate methods of study technique and analysis thereof as well as selection of proper project solutions Final design project Final design project AK2-U14 AK2-U13 Social competences: is capable of landscape management with the awareness of its problematic complexity Final exam/open test (written), graded assignment Final design project AK2-K11
Assessment methods and assessment criteria: e.g. grade obtained at classes (60) + grade obtained at lectures (40) grade obtained at final project (classes) 60, 40 final exam/open test

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