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Knowledge in the Arts: Revealing Global Issues (EQU083)
|School||Office of the Deputy Vice Chancellor Education|
|Availability||MURDOCH: AU4-external, AW1-external, SS5-external, SUM2-external, WSP1-external|
|Description||Knowledge in the Arts: Revealing Global Issues is the third unit in the FlexiTrack preparation course that qualifies you to apply directly for any undergraduate degree at Murdoch University that has an indicative ATAR of 70 or less. This unit is made up of a series of engaging topics, which introduce students to knowledge in the arts, exploring global issues portrayed through contemporary media. Students build on academic skills such as researching, reviewing literature, essay writing, referencing and oral communication.|
|Unit Learning Outcomes||1. Study skills such as time management and organisation and interpersonal communication
2. Academic skills including: critical academic reading, oral communication, critical thinking, research planning, researching , essay writing information seeking and management, and use of learning technologies (e.g. computers and libraries)
3. Conceptual understandings of: knowledge in the arts, the purposes and processes of media and the roles of individuals and groups as producers of knowledge
4. Attributes that promote success at university such as persistence, self-management and commitment
|Timetabled Learning Activities||Knowledge in the Arts: Revealing Global Issues is flexible and delivered online so learning activities are not timetabled.|
|Unit Learning Experiences||Knowledge in the Arts: Revealing Global Issues options for an intense, full-time or part-time scaffolded, learning experience. The approach to learning in this unit is supportive and structured. The mini-lectures, videos, interactive learning activities and tutor-led forums will introduce new ideas and facilitate your understanding through guided discussion. You will then apply the skills and understandings you have gained to independent tasks that are designed to refine and consolidate your learning. Finally, you will demonstrate your new learning through completing assessment tasks that develop your learning skills, challenge your thinking and allow you to show that you are ready for university study.
Further, assessment tasks are structured to provide multiple opportunities to practice and master your academic skills, to receive helpful feedback on your work and to understand and correct mistakes. Early assessment tasks are worth very little to take away the stress of having to perform, allowing you to focus on your learning progress instead.
|Assessment||Detailed Research and Essay Plan 20%
Critical Essay 30%+ meme submission 10% = 40%
Reflective Blog 10%
Module Reflective Video Learning Journal (5 minutes in total) 30%
|Prerequisites||Enrolment in FlexiTrack Enabling course and completion of, or joint enrolment with, EQU081 Learning Uni Style and EQU082 Knowledge in the Social Sciences: Understanding Social Change.|
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|Internet Access Requirements||Murdoch units normally include an online component comprising materials, discussions, lecture recordings and assessment activities. All students, regardless of their location or mode of study, need to have access to and be able to use computing devices with browsing capability and a connection to the Internet via Broadband (Cable, ADSL or Mobile) or Wireless. The Internet connection should be readily available and allow large amounts of data to be streamed or downloaded (approximately 100MB per lecture recording). Students also need to be able to enter into online discussions and submit assignments online.|
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