|Course:||Introduction to Ergonomics|
Filipa Catarina V. Silva Pinto Marto Carvalho
The UC Introduction to Ergonomics aims to provide the student an overview of the role of ergonomics science in the actual socio-economic context as well as the understanding of the Ergonomics practice. Learning purposes are:
1. Concept of Ergonomics
The UC includes two alternative models of evaluation: continuous and final. An ongoing evaluation provides for evaluation tests and one or two practical assignments (records, comments, reviews); The minimum grade admitted by test will be 9.5 values. An average of the two tests has a weight of 70% in the final classification. The minimum mark of the work classification (or the average of the work) is of 9,5 values and has a weight of 30% for a final of classification. This model requires a mandatory attendance in 4/5 of the classes actually taught. Alternatively students can choose the final evaluation that consists of a written examination, covering the whole subject. For an oral access (case by case decision) the student must obtain in the written and practical tests, the minimum grade of 9.5 values.
Cazamian, P. (1988) Traité d’ergonomie, Editions Octarés – Entreprises, Marseille.
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