ARCHT-110, ID-110 - Architectural Drafting - Jason Oliver
Hi…my name is Jason Oliver and I’ll be your instructor for the ARCHT-110 / ID-110 Architectural Drafting course. I am a licensed California Architect, Chair of the COC Architecture & Interior Design program and a LEED Accredited Professional with specialty in Building Design & Construction (LEED AP BD&C).
…. many students register for online or hybrid courses believing they will be easier or require less time than a traditional face-to-face class. Online and Hybrid courses sometimes require a greater commitment of your time & focus than a traditional course and while you will definitely benefit by not having to travel to campus to the extent you would for a traditional class, the discipline and responsibility necessary for completing the course is essentially all on your shoulders (…you will need to schedule time every week for viewing the lectures and completing the required homework & exams on-time). Ok… so let’s learn how to draft!
Provides the student with information concerning current practices in architectural drafting and construction technology sufficient for the student to produce a set of working drawings for a small single family residence. Drafting techniques will emphasize clarity, line weight expression, and accuracy.
What to Expect in this Course
This course involves manually drafting (using pencils and paper) a small set of working drawings for a single story wood frame residence, incorporating current drafting techniques, applying appropriate terminology on call-outs and notes, and submitting the set of drawings in the correct order according to industry standards.
This class will utilize the Canvas Learning Management System (LMS) to complete our course requirements including discussions, grades, and other course activities (note that only students registered for the course will have access to the course on Canvas).
Please log into Canvas by visiting https://coc.instructure.com on the first scheduled date of our course. If you have not used Canvas before, please take time to review the Canvas tutorial so that you are familiar with the interface prior to the beginning of class. For assistance with Canvas please call (877) 889-9052 or direct your question(s) via e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. Note that you should be computer literate, with at least basic knowledge of Internet navigation and email procedures since the college can only provide minimal technological support.
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Types of Assessments
Quizzes and Drafting assignments
Textbook Information / Link to ZTC Textbook
(note that this textbook is not required)
Author: Ching, Francis D. K.
Edition: 6th edition
Other Relevant Course Information
Because this course is completely online it is ESSENTIAL that you read through all of the course materials located on the course website. Additional information on this class will be provided in the class syllabus that will be accessible from Canvas once the class has started based on the dates listed on the COC registration website.
Feel free to contact me if you have any questions or concerns about this class prior to enrolling or the start date.
Jason Oliver, AIA, LEED AP BD+C
Chair - Architecture and Interior Design Program, College of the Canyons
This course can be accessed on the first day of class via Canvas at https://coc.instructure.com. Log into Canvas using your CanyonsID single sign-on:
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Last updated: 10/26/2021 Sub#: 1072