Learning Technology Research Frontiers (EDPC5025)


This unit is designed for students in the later phase of their studies, who need specialised knowledge regarding new research developments in the area of learning technology and innovation, as well as an understanding of advanced research methods, appropriate to the fields of the learning sciences and technologies. Students will look at recent theoretical developments, advanced research methods and current debates, as well as gain experience framing and refining research questions and developing their own research project. Students will learn to complete scholarly literature review, choose appropriate research methods and design research plan for carrying small-scale empirical research. The unit is student-led and involves proactive individual and collaborative exploration of topics

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1x2hr seminar/week - evening


1x3000wd literature review (50%) and 1x3000wd final paper (50%)

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