In consultation with their honours supervisor and teaching staff, students will be required to:
Identify a clear topic to investigate
Write a literature review aligned to their project
Write a conceptual framework and/or an appropriate methodology with which to frame their enquiry/project
Students will also be required to identify an appropriate presentation format(s) for their project and present work in progress for review. This will be delivered in an appropriate forum throughout the semester.
|Unit name||Research Presentation 1|
|Faculty/School||College of Arts, Law & Education
School of Creative Arts
|Teaching staff||Dr Glen Hodges, Dr Anne-Marie Forbes, Dr Carolyn Philpott, Dr Nick Haywood, Dr David Carter, Dr Arabella Teniswood-Harvey, Dr Maria Grenfell|
|Available as student elective?||No|
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A combination (depending on specialisation) of:
Seminars/Forums, Tutorials, Performance Forums
creative work (50%) and Exegesis (50%) OR Thesis/Dissertation (100%)
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