30 Credits AUTUMN

Cannot be taken with: BMS31002, BMS31003, BMS339, BMS359, BMS397
Pre-requisites: BMS242, BMS243

Aims/Description: The Library Project is a 30-credit module designed to improve students' literature searching, research, analytical and synthetic skills, together with skills in design and presentation (in written, oral and multimedia work). The module will run in Semester 1: submission of written and video elements will be in the last teaching week of Semester 1, with an oral presentation within the Semester 1 exam period. The emphasis is on independent study and research, but students will be guided via five one-to-one supervision sessions as well as group advice sessions, optional group training sessions, and online training sessions where skills in relevant software packages are reinforced or introduced.

Restrictions on availability: Only available for students in Biomedical Science. May not be taken with BMS339 and BMS369.

Staff Contact: Dr M Bass
Teaching Methods: Lectures, Tutorials, Independent Study,
Assessment: Course work, Presentation
WebCT resources are available for this module

Information on the department responsible for this unit (Biomedical Science):

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