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Learning outcomes of the course
-student recognizes the importance of the space for the user.
-student understands user-orientation as a starting point for space development.
- student understands that user-orientation in Facilities requires User- and Facility services designed for Facilities.
-student takes into account the needs and experiences of the user in the development of the Facilities
-student can observe the environment
-student understands the importance of the built cultural environment for the user
-student knows concepts of usability, user-centered design, user-orientation and concepts related to real estate business
- User orientation, user-centered design and usability in facilities
- Real estate business concepts
- Environment observation
- Factors influencing the development of user-oriented spaces
- Built environment as a service environment
- Development and protection of the built environment
Prerequisites and co-requisites
-Operating environment and business competence in tourism and catering services
Assessment criteria - grade 1 and 2
The general assessment criteria for competence produced by the degree programme in Hospitality Management are available on the website (https://opinto-oppaat.jamk.fi/en/). The learning outcomes of the course are assessed in relation to the learning objectives based on the knowledge, skills and general competencies (National and European Qualifications Framework, level 6)
- identify the importance of the space for the user as an operating environment
- is familiar with concepts of spaces
- is familiar with concepts of real estate business
- identify the usability and user-centric factors of the operating environment
- is familiar with the real estate and user services
- understands the importance of usability and user-centeredness in work environments
- knows user-centered work environments consisting of facilities and real estate- and user services
- knows the concepts usability, user-orientation, user-centeredness and the concepts of real estate business
- knows the factors to consider when designing user-oriented spaces
In addition to the core competence required for grades 1 and 2, the student meets the below requirements and is able to apply the acquired learning in practice.
-can use space concepts, usability, user-orientation, user-centricity, and real estate business concepts
- is able to describe the basic qualities of user-oriented spaces and apply his or her competence in the development of spaces
- is able to observe the environment
4 (Very good)
- can observe and evaluate the built cultural environment from the perspective of functionality, experience, security, national cultural heritage and aesthetics
In addition to the core competence required for grades 3 (Good) and 4 (Very good), the student meets the requirements given below and is able to apply the acquired learning in practice.
- is able to gather inspiration from spaces and experiences for sketching inspirational environments