.The mode of instruction for the Semester One related content will predominately be a didactic lecture, with some web-assisted teaching through the College’s VLE (Moodle). The lectures will be supported with Face to Face (F2F) Workshops emphasising Discussions and Debates on the relevant Research Project problem definition and suitability for further investigation.
Project and Assessment work In Semester 2, the learner is allocated a Mentor/Supervisor who will assist in the organisation of the above collaboration.
Learners, who fail to achieve 40% mark in an assessment, will be given an opportunity to repeat the assessment. Capped at 40%.
The aim of this module is to equip learners with the skills and tools necessary for research within ICT with the primary output being the production of an artefact. This module facilitates learners’ to formulate a final practical project which synergises learnings as well as knowledge, skills and competencies within a framework.
This capstone acts as an integrative and culminating module and is central to the learner’s ability to demonstrate the core skills and knowledge needed at this level. It encourages the learner to think critically, solve challenging problems and develop skills such as project management, research skills, planning, self-sufficiency and goal orientation.