Aims and Fit of Module
The aim of this module is to:
• Develop students’ competence to conduct an independent research project that examines a specific and substantial problem about digital education in depth, and to improve their skills of adopting appropriate theoretical approaches, techniques and methodologies.
A Identify a particular project that focuses on a problem about digital education n intellectual problem and produce a research plan to address that problem
B Identify, analyze and evaluate the literature and methodology relevant to the research project
C Understand the value ofEmploy appropriate library research, fieldwork, and/or practical experience in the solution of the problem when neededintellectual problems
D Critically evaluate one’s own written work and place it in the context of the secondary literature
E Adopt research methods independently, effectively and critically using programming or coding
F Develop a critical perspective on the selected topic and present research results in a clear academic style, both orally and in written form to specialist and non-specialist audiences
Method of teaching and learning
Work with a supervisor to develop a research project; undertake a research project based on library work, fieldwork, or the internship; write and present a research outline, interim report, and final written report. Action learning and action research will be used in this module.
Where possible, an international co-supervisor, usually from either University of Liverpool or a partner institution will also be available for limited contact.