On successful completion of the module, students should be able to:
- Demonstrate a good knowledge and understanding of the theory and practice of using digital technologies to record, preserve, analyse and interpret cultural heritage.
- Critically evaluate different methods and their products, as well as their implications in archaeology and cultural heritage.
- Present and evaluate in written and oral form their own 3D products, to assess others’ work, and also to put theories into practical effect, design solutions and solve problems related to specific cultural heritage scenarios.
- Gather, record, and interpret cultural heritage data, apply professional standard techniques for 3D recording and visualisation, as well as to critically respond to research questions by employing the most appropriate tools and designing solutions to cultural heritage problems.
- Understand and critically discuss past and recent theoretical debates and challenges in the field and situate their practices in the wider context of theoretical traditions.