IT Research Methods (INFO5993)

UNIT OF STUDY

This unit will provide an overview of the different research methods that are used in IT. Students will learn to find and evaluate research on their topic and to present their own research plan or results for evaluation by others. The unit will develop a better understanding of what research in IT is and how it differs from other projects in IT. This unit of study is required for students in IT who are enrolled in a research project as part of their Honours or MIT/MITM degree. It is also recommended for students enrolled or planning to do a research degree in IT and Engineering.

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Classes

One 2 hour scheduled small-group class per week, plus private work (inclluding interaction with research supervisors).

Assessment

Through semester assessmwent (100%)

Faculty/department permission required?

No

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Prohibitions

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