“A module of work in a particular subject that is identified by means of a unique code number. Each paper carries its own credit value.”

via www-ub.massey.ac.nz/~wwcalend/information/glossary.htm

This paper is 224.157 Space and it’s worth 15 credits.

224 = Spatial Design Department
1 = 1st year
57 = Space

Learning Outcomes:

“Statements of the knowledge, skills and attitudes that students are expected to demonstrate as a result of successfully completing a course of learning. Learning outcomes are usually stated in terms of observable and/or measurable behaviour.”

via www-ub.massey.ac.nz/~wwcalend/information/glossary.htm

224.157 Space Learning Outcomes:

  • Show an introductory understanding of the relationship between creative work and how it is perceived (A3) [Whanaungatanga/Connectedness]

Evidence of clear base understanding and questioning concepts of drawing, room and mihimihi.


  • Demonstrate a willingness to explore a range of ideas and take risks in creative development( B1) [Toi/Creativity]

Your work should demonstrate experimentation with the design processes you have been introduced to.


  • Participate constructively in discussion in relation to their own work and that of their peers (C2) [Matauranga/Understanding]

You will begin to develop your ability to critique your own work and that of others. This will be evidenced in a number of ways including: the discussion of your work with academic staff, active participation in critiques and group discussions.


  • Demonstrate basic competency in techniques, skills and processes for the definition and investigation of physical and digital spatial environments and their inhabitation (D1, D2) [Mohio/Virtuosity]

Evidence of the relationship between manual and digital strategies of design that show an exploration of inhabitation.


  • Communicate and present work in a clear and considered way (E1) [Whanaungatanga/Connectedness]

Consideration of craft and communication in its representation of your design process across all submitted work including
process work on your blog.

Paper Outline:

“A statement of expected learning outcomes, assessment procedures and a description of the learning programme in which students are expected to participate. Distributed to students at the beginning of teaching a paper offering.”

via www-ub.massey.ac.nz/~wwcalend/information/glossary.htm

Link to the 224.157 Space Paper Outline PDF


“a thing able to be provided, especially as a product of a development process.”

via www.google.co.nz/search?q=define+deliverables

Items to complete for the week, keeping us on track for the final review and hand in. Typically work that needs to be complete for the following week.


  • 10 x site sketches
  • Draft Mihimihi Paragraph


“a piece of work to be done or undertaken.”

via www.google.co.nz/search?q=define+Task

Small actionable and achievable tasks or processes that work toward a deliverable.


  • Printout a site plan from SketchUp and physically draw into it.

On this website, tasks are usually indicated by a • (bullet-point) symbol.


“an account or explanation of a subject, printed or on a computer screen, intended for private study.”

via www.google.co.nz/search?q=define+Tutorial

Usually this refers to a video tutorial that explains step-by-step how to do some particular task in a particular software.

Last modified: February 20, 2017