10 Credits AUTUMN

Pre-requisites: Relevant foreign language skills, Computer literacy

Aims/Description: This module offers an introduction to key methodologies and techniques used in Languages & Cultures research and (where relevant) to their effective application. It aims to inculcate sound and ethical research habits, from the initial bibliographical research and literature review, through core organizational, critical and presentational skills, to the timely dissemination of results. By combining generic and discipline-specific input, it aims to make available a wide range of contexts against which students can test their own ideas.

Restrictions on availability: Open to students in SLC only

Staff Contact: Caroline Wordley
Teaching Methods: Seminars, Independent Study
Assessment: Course work

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