All 12 lectures will be delivered through digital audio recordings - To access the recordings, please go to the LAW 868 iLearn site and click on the "Echo" sound recordings button.
The 12 tutorials will be delivered at a 3 day Intensive On Campus Session. Attendance on all three days is compulsory. Day 1 of the Intensive will consider the material presented in lectures 1-4 and involve a discussion of tutorial questions assigned for these weeks. Day 2 of the Intensive will consider the material presented 5-8 and involve a discussion of tutorial questions assigned for these weeks. Day 3 of the Intensive will consider the material covered in lectures 9-12 and involve a discussion of tutorial questions assigned for these weeks.
The lecture slides, readings and tutorial questions are on the ilearn site for LAW 868. The ilearn site provides students with reading lists comprising textbooks, journals, websites and other relevant reading materials
Students will be required to critically read in order to further develop concepts and ideas referred to in this unit.
In addition to the readings, student will be expected to reflect on the application of the concepts to their careers.
Reflective activities assist students in integrating the course content and in developing the ability to transfer knowledge and skills from the learning environment into the workplace. Reflective activities facilitate the development of communication skills and an orientation to lifelong learning.
Students have access to the lecturer for one-on-one assistance/consultation when they have particular queries relating to unit content. This consultation may be in the form of a face-to-face meeting, phone call, chat session or via the discussion forum.
This unit uses research from external sources and provides you practice in applying research findings in assignments.
This unit gives you opportunities to conduct your own research.
PC and Internet access are required. Basic computer skills (e.g., internet browsing) and skills in word processing are
also a requirement.
Please consult teaching staff for any further, more specific requirements.