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Urban History Lecture Notes

Written by Fred

Notes taken from lectures throughout the semester.

33 pages, 10091 words

Urban History Study Notes

Written by Sophie

A comprehensive set of notes for ABPL20034, thoroughly setting out every topic covered in the course...

41 pages, 16022 words

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I completed my Bachelor of Environment degree at The University of Melbourne last year. I major in U...

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$35 per hour

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Reviews

pretty good, interesting subject, the lecturer really knows his stuff but you have to listen closely as not a lot of info is on the lecture slides and he sneaks in handy info which you can easily miss if not paying attention. not a huge workload

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2016

This subject was poorly run, so I hardly enjoyed it. It was really confusing how if it was week 4, we had to do week 3's readings in the tutorials. Because of this, I lost interest in the subject. Also, I dislike how the bulk of the assessment is at the end of the semester, as the major essay and exam are both only a few weeks apart, whereas the first assignment was within the first month of the semester. This subject does have potential and there are some interesting topics covered, however, it was unorganised, tedious and boring.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2016

Poorly organised, and not enough guidance from tutors or lecturers in regards to the assignments. Has potential given the interesting content, poorly structured with little guidance for those students unfamiliar with formal research.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2016

The lecturer was disorganised and often went over time. Not all lecture slides were posted. However, there were screen lecture recordings.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2014

Did not enjoy this subject. Very poorly structured and the lecturer is disorganised. Has a lot of potential, but is disappointing.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2014