|1.||Review how sports technology can be used to maximise value for decision-makers in sport;|
|2.||Contextualise how decision support systems are useful in high-performance sport;|
|3.||Evaluate a decision support system, for different decisions typically faced by analysts/ sport scientists; and,|
|4.||Exhibit how machine learning approaches can be used to aid decision support in sporting organisations.|
|Test||Two online quizzes||20%|
|Report||A 2000 word self-reflection on how students will evaluate the performance of their conceptually mapped decision support system||50%|
|Presentation||Students will be present their results and insights, from the self-reflection, via video||30%|
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