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Hobart, Launceston, Cradle Coast



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Unit name Numeracy and Data in Practice
Unit code UPP015
Credit points 12.5
Faculty/School University College
Discipline Pre-Degree
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Learning Outcomes

1. Identify and describe research methods, data collection and analysis techniques for a variety of academic contexts

2. Communicate numerical ideas and information in a range of formats

3. Examine research sources and evaluate numerical evidence to inform decision making or practice



Teaching Pattern

On Campus students: 1 hour weekly face-to-face workshop and 1 hour weekly online tutorial

Off Campus students: Optional 1 hour weekly online tutorial and weekly online support sessions


AT1: Research Process Learning Log (20%)

AT2: Data Collection, Representation, and Analysis (25%)

AT3: Data Collection, Representation, and Analysis (25%)

AT4: Evaluating Research (30%)

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