This is a standalone QQI Certified module, or part of the 5M2468 Business Administration or 5M1997 Office Administration Major Award.
This module provides you with the knowledge, skills and capacity to research and study on an academic programme. You will explore the key features and functions of a range of research and experimental methodologies. You will develop the academic and specialist vocabulary and language skills related to Research and Study skills. You will get the chance to reflect on your own approach and style of learning and to get a chance to explore the technologies, the resources that underpin research and get to grips with time management and planning. Above all, this module will help you to gather, interpret and present information, and understand plagiarism, referencing, copyright and intellectual property rights. Exciting!
5N3113 - Introduction to Research and Study Skills
Unit 1 - Key Features and Functions of Research and Experimental Methodologies
Unit 2 - Civil Law, Legislation relating to Copyright, Intellectual Property Rights and Conventions
Unit 3 - Ethical Issues, Approval, Ethical Considerations, including Specialist Vocabulary
Unit 4 - Primary, Secondary and Reflexive Sources of Data
Unit 5 - Sampling, Averaging, Conclusions and Data Presentation
Unit 6 - Strategies for Study, Exam Preparation, Note-taking and Revision Methods
Unit 7 - Learning Styles, Learning Techniques and Time Management
Unit 8 - Presentation Strategies for Assessment
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