In this section you’ll find all of the PowerPoint presentations that we use in class.  You’re free to download and import these in their entirety or to use any assets from these PowerPoint presentations.  The words assets refers to any resources used to build a multimedia project, in this case it means photographs, diagrams and text boxes.

From PowerPoint 3 onwards, the emphasis is on urban processes and stakeholders in the Darling Harbour, Millers Point, Walsh Bay and West Circular Quay areas. It’s in these areas that you will do your field study.

1. Basic Urban Processes

2. Sydney’s development

3. Government Stakeholders and Their Responsibilities

4. Community and Commercial Stakeholders

5. Changes

6. Field Work

This next PowerPoint is incomplete.  Download it and complete it with the information you’ve gathered from the field study activity.

What you must do is:

  1. look at the photographs from different places in the study area and identify the main processes that are evident;
  2. give example of the indicators of these processes;
  3. suggest impacts of these processes on the biophysical and built environments (positive or negative); and,
  4. add additional photos of your own to illustrate processes, indicators and impacts.

7. Processes in the study area

Now that we’ve completed our field study activity, it’s time to start loading some of the resources that you’ve created.  I’ll be asking to see some of the completed work based on PowerPoint 7. Processes in the study area.  I also welcome your photographs.  If you send any, make sure you identify the main urban processes that are depicted in your photo.  Also be specific about what it is that’s demonstrating the process.

I’ll load your photos into the following PowerPoint.  One student has already made a contribution.  Everyone will have their work credited.

8. Student photos

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