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Unformatted text preview: obtain a print or photographic record of your work. Department files are otherwise not available to students. Facilities No class can be taught without reliable facilities. But your use of the facilities is dependent upon responsible use with particular regard to the clearly established rules about their use as specified in the student handbook: http://landarch.rutgers.edu/current_students/student%20handbook/StudentHandbook_web_Se ctI.pdf These rules cover access to studio and vandalism, table assignments, personalization of work space, smoking and drinking, use of the lockers, access to the reference collection, and basic rules governing the use of the computer lab. Failure to observe rules may result in loss of access. Equipment The student handbook also includes a section governing the use of equipment: http://landarch.rutgers.edu/current_students/student%20handbook/StudentHandbook_web_Se ctII.pd f . This section includes rules specifying use department equipment including of projection equipment, department cameras, and drafting equipment. Personal Circumstances If you encounter any personal circumstances that inhibit your ability to fulfill the requirements of this course, you should contact the instructor immediately. Likewise, any student with special need, circumstance or disability should make an appointment with the instructor during the first week of class. Academic Integrity The intentional copying of another student’s file, or portion of that file, and representation of that work as one’s own, is in direct violation of Rutgers’ University Integrity Policy. Please review the policy online: http://academicintegrity.rutgers.edu/integrity.shtml#one. Consistent with this policy, any copying and/or “sharing” of exercises, assignments and projects will be treated as Level 2 violations and subject to the sanctions as outlined in the Integrity Policy. The Course Rutgers University Landscape Construction III 11:550:441 Course Introduction Rutgers University Landscape Construction III 11:550:441 Course Introduction Proposed Design Existing Conditions Rutgers University Landscape Construction III 11:550:441 Course Introduction Rutgers University Stormwater & Landscape Management Master Plan for Busch and Livingston Campuses Piscataway, New Jersey Rutgers University Landscape Construction III 11:550:441 Course Introduction PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT Rutgers‐‐The State University of New Jersey School of Environmental and Biological Sciences Department of Landscape Architecture Construction III‐ Implementation and Practice Week Date (T) Topic 1 9/3/2013 Class Introduction‐ Review Course syllabus, Descibe project, Start Task 1 2 9/10/2013 Start Existing Conditons/Site Analysis 3 9/17/2013 Site Analysis 4 9/24/2013 Start Charette (4 groups of 7) 5 10/1/2013 Start Schematic Plan (4...
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