The Dynamic Planet
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The lectures are enjoyable if you have any interest in earth science as it covers a wide range of topics from volcanoes to oceans. There are two major assignments one is a public information document and the other one is a presentation which is worth 60% so you need to do really well if you need to pass. There are 3 other smaller assignments. There are also 5 web quizzes. There are no exams in this unit. This is not an easy broadening unit if that is what you are looking for and it requires a lot of effort if you want to do well.
Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018
Interesting lectures, Mary was great, really passionate. Tutorials could be improved.
Anonymous, Semester 1, 2016
Awesome broadening unit for people with little or no knowledge of Earth or science in general. Assessment criteria reasonably straight-forward, and tute's are harmless. Doesn't get into to much actual geology, so don't fear if you don't have much knowledge in science. Give it a go you Arts noobs!!
Anonymous, Semester 1, 2014
"The dynamic planet" is a good unit for you to learn more about how the planet works. We're living in the planet which the climate of the planet is predictable but not very reliable. The climate could change anytime without any advance notice.. It is good to learn more about the planet and to preserve it for out future generations. :)