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the Sig in Patrimony

Code 13294
Year 1
Semester S2
ECTS Credits 6
Workload TP(30H)
Scientific area ORDENAMENTO DO TERRITÓRIO
Entry requirements no entry requirements
Mode of delivery Face to Face (practical and laboratory classes)
Work placements not applicable
Learning outcomes The “Heritage and GIS” aims to provide theoretical knowledge and specific practical application in the field of Heritage using GIS tools. The following skills will be developed:
a) Identification and understanding of the different types of Heritage and their concepts.
b) Dominion of knowledge on the regulatory framework for the inventory and classification of Heritage.
c) Understanding the hierarchy of criteria and intervention strategies in Heritage.
d) Enable the development of content, in the context of Heritage, for the development of georeferenced databases.
e) Mastery of methodologies, procedures, and techniques for inventorying and cataloging Heritage, especially using GIS tools.
f) Enable the spatial analysis of information and the development of heritage cartography.
g) Domain of presentation and dissemination regarding the different types of heritage.
Syllabus 1. Concepts of Heritage.
2. Methods and legal norms for the inventory, cataloging and classification of Heritage.
3. Inventory, cataloging and dissemination of heritage.
4. Criteria and strategies for safeguarding and intervening in Heritage.
5. Procedures and techniques for inventorying, cataloging, and divulging Heritage, especially using GIS tools.
6. Paradigmatic case studies on the use of GIS in Heritage.
Main Bibliography Korro Bañuelos, J., Rodríguez Miranda, Á., Valle-Melón, J., Zornoza-Indart, A., Castellano-Román, M., & Angulo-Fornos, R. et al. (2021). The Role of Information Management for the Sustainable Conservation of Cultural Heritage. Sustainability, 13(8), 4325.
Martins, A., Carlos, J., & Nepomuceno, M. (2017). BUILT HERITAGE RESEARCH AND EDUCATION. EDULEARN17 Proceedings.
Martins, A. M. T., Gonçalves, J., Santos, B., & Marques, S. (2019). LEARNING FROM THE HISTORIC CITY: ARCHITECTURAL HERITAGE REHABILITATION AND GIS, THE URS-VISEU NOVO (PORTUGAL) LEGACY. INTED2019.
Massaro Jimenez, S. (2020). Écija, ciudad histórica construida en tapia: estrategia de aplicación SIG en la conservación del patrimonio residencial. Universidad De Sevilla
Respaldiza Hidalgo, A., Vazquez Hoehne, A., & Izquierdo Fernandez, C. (2010). Modelo estándar de catalogación en un SIG patriomonial. Universidad De Sevilla.
Teaching Methodologies and Assessment Criteria This curricular unit is optional and lasts for 1 academic semester, involving 30 hours of contact with the teacher. The approval of this course gives the student 6ECTS. Contact hours are organized as follows:
- 15h of theoretical classes (T), where the syllabus is given.
- 15h of theoretical-practical classes (TP), where the syllabus is debated as well as its practical application through the elaboration of theoretical-practical work.
- Continuous assessment: Continuous assessment includes theoretical-practical work, generally varying within the following limits: theoretical-practical work (50 to 70%) and presentation of theoretical-practical work (30 to 50%). The minimum attendance to be evaluated and the minimum competences (minimum grade) to be admitted to the exam are established annually in accordance with UBI regulations.
Language Portuguese. Tutorial support is available in English.
Last updated on: 2022-06-09

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