|1.||Apply the principles of the scientific method to real world problems;|
|2.||Locate, synthesise and cite/reference scientific literature;|
|3.||Manage scientific data, perform data manipulations and produce scientifically acceptable written and graphic outputs;|
|4.||Create scientific documents and work collaboratively to develop presentations;|
|5.||Provide positive and constructive feedback in an appropriate professional manner to colleagues.|
|Exercise||Analysis of scientific paper||10%|
|Assignment||Initial data submission||15%|
|Assignment||Manage and present scientific data||25%|
|Presentation||Group oral presentation and peer feedback||40%|
Scientific Writing = Thinking in Words 1st Edition
Lindsay, D.R. (2011)
Collingwood, Victoria, Australia, CSIRO
Scientific Method: A Historical and Philosophical Introduction 1st Edition
Bower, G.S. (2012)
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