Draft a plan for your master project in a research area of your choice. Build on your outline while investigating the literature and relevant materials.Undertake this subject before or in conjunction with Advanced Discipline Project 2 (INFM610).
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Students in the Master of Information Management degree are recommended to have completed either of the following subjects before starting this subject:
• CUR-INFM130 Information Theory & Research
• CUR-LIS330 Information Theory & Research
Students in the Master of Digital and Social Media degree are recommended to have completed at least 100CP of subjects in the degree, before starting this subject.
The first of two supervised independent Master project subjects involving detailed research in/of a subject to be chosen in consultation with the relevant discipline supervisor. This subject focuses on the preparation and design of that research, and will be taken either in the study period prior to Advanced Discipline Project 2, or at the same time, with the two subjects forming a single coherent activity. The specific nature of the project, the methods of research or creative practice, the analytical tools and the outcomes in terms of reports, publications or productions will be determined on an individual basis.
Note: A discipline supervisor has to be nominated to guide you with your research project. Hence once you enrol in the Subject, promptly email a short summary between 250 up to 500 words about the topic you would like to conduct your research to the Subject Coordinator.
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